Kodak crawls out of bankruptcy as a commercial printing company

Shawn Knight

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Photography pioneer Kodak on Tuesday ended the Chapter 11 bankruptcy it entered in January of last year. The reorganized Kodak is described by chairman and CEO Antonio M. Perez as a technology company serving imaging for business markets – including...

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dennis777

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Glad to hear that Kodak will rise again. their was a time that the phrase "taking picture" was replace by the word "kodak". ("nagpakodak ka na ba?")
 

Skidmarksdeluxe

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I'm glad to hear they're still in business. It was sad to see them being kicked about after being around for so long.
 

RenGood08

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Oh I'm so glad Kodak hasn't been written off quite yet. I really liked their products. My first digital camera was a Kodak. I was 16 when I got it, then it lasted me until I was about...22. Then it crapped out and stopped working all together. It was sad. =/
 

Skidmarksdeluxe

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Oh I'm so glad Kodak hasn't been written off quite yet. I really liked their products. My first digital camera was a Kodak. I was 16 when I got it, then it lasted me until I was about...22. Then it crapped out and stopped working all together. It was sad. =/
I think a lot of peoples first camera was a Kodak. Mine too only it wasn't digital (digital camera's didn't exist back then). It was an old instamatic from the early 70's but you're probably too young to remember anything like that. Ah yes, those were the days...
 

RenGood08

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I think a lot of peoples first camera was a Kodak. Mine too only it wasn't digital (digital camera's didn't exist back then). It was an old instamatic from the early 70's but you're probably too young to remember anything like that. Ah yes, those were the days...

Yeah. I wasn't born until 1990 lol.