Wednesday, January 26, 2005

Kodak Bets Old Strategy Can Go Digital

Link - For decades, Eastman Kodak thrived on a classic business model: sell lots of cameras at low prices to chalk up outsize profits on the inks, chemicals and papers used for making prints. That strategy collapsed as the digital revolution and foreign competitors pretty much destroyed Kodak's longstanding control of the photography business.


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