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The 3-D revolution that wasn’t
... was soon abandoned. There were other attempts, but none of them caught on. The invention of Kodak colour film sparked a new 3-D craze with still pictures. In 1939 in Portland, Oregon William...
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OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES
New York City
Kodak i3250 Scanner
Kodak Alaris describes the i3250 Scanner ($4,995) on its website as a departmental-level document scanner. However, as one of the lowest-cost models on that list, it's also a more-than-reasonable...
Read more at PC Magazine
Ebola outbreak puts this Japanese firm in spotlig...
In a reversal of fate, Kodak, the US arch-rival that Fujifilm had frantically chased after in the postwar period, filed for bankruptcy two years ago, unable to keep up with the industry's...
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the Financial Times
ibml Strengthens BPO Provider’s SLA Technology Ca...
... is based around document scanning services and document management software solutions. The company offers a wide range of end-to-end business solutions and business process outsourcing (BPO)...
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Essilor : Information financière du 3ème trimestr...
... niveau national autour de la marque Crizal® et du succès du lancement des verres de la marque Kodak® – nouvelle offre de référence dans le milieu de gamme – dans le sud du pays. La Colombie...
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NewMarket Corporation Announces the Pending Retir...
... May 1, 2013. Prior to joining NewMarket, Brian worked at United Technologies and the Eastman
in various finance positions of increasing responsibility both domestically and...
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Hunt’s Death Revives Memory of Fortune Lost on Si...
... buying silver with his brothers in 1973, it cost $2 an ounce and a big consumer was Eastman Kodak Co., which used it to make film. Silver Delivery Before the Hunts were through, seven years...
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W. Herbert Hunt
CUB Abbotsford HQ likely to fetch $15m
... to fetch more than $15 million. The curved, five-storey building, originally built for Kodak in 1928, is leased until 2017 to the brewer, which pays $2.2 million a year. However, most...
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How One Man Is Going to Restore the Legacy of Kod...
... been passed a torch that is very bright but awfully heavy. On Oct. 1, he was named CMO of Kodak. Remember Kodak? With the first handheld camera and roll film, Kodak was the brand that taught...
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A lot has changed since Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s last...
... Nextel after more than three decades of being the Winston Cup Series. Nextel was a phone company that was bought by Sprint in 2005, which didn’t become the main sponsor until...
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Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Dale Earnhardt Inc.
Denver-based Broe Group sees long play in OmniTra...
... 19 railroads in 10 states and Canada. That makes OmniTrax the third-largest short-line holding company in the U.S., behind publicly traded Genesee & Wyoming Inc., based in Connecticut, and...
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Keeping It Real with NFL Week 7 Matchups
... 1,275 of whom said they followed professional football. That's right, Harris (a Nielsen company) found a cross-section of America in which only half the population has any interest in that...
Read more at Bleacher Report
Business analysis: The rise and potential fall of...
... the CEO of Coca-Cola. His timing was impeccable. In 1980 he became the chief executive of a company that owned no natural resources and had precious little physical capital. The talent economy...
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Digital Disruption to Remove Many Large Companies...
Eastman Kodak was one of the companies that suffered from digital disruptionReuters The majority of the world's 100 largest companies would be out of that list over the next 30 years due to so-called...
Read more at International Business Times
The Corner for Oct. 17, 2014
... Today, Ford Motor is still “F,” AT & T retains its famous tic symbol of “T” and Kellogg Company has “K.” But few other classic symbols remain. When Standard Oil Company of New Jersey...
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The Hottest Startups Have One Thing In Common: Ou...
... news feed, or even a force for change, but it's really something far simpler: a photography company. Facebook processes more than 350 million photos every day, far more than Kodak or Polaroid...
Read more at Fast Company Magazine
Adapt to the Internet of Things or risk being the...
... Internet of Things. Illustration: Anthea Russo. Companies and industries face being the "next Kodak" and will go bankrupt and die if they fail to adapt to emerging technology and the evolving...
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ALERT: Beware Of The Green Dot MoneyPak Scam
Green Dot MoneyPak Cards: 1. A person sees a job opportunity on the Internet or is contacted by a company that offers them employment. Typically these jobs are secret shopper jobs. Once the person...
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A chance to get it right with the ‘seed of change’
... a bucket which was placed to catch drops of rain from the leaking roof! That was of course a Kodak moment which I took full advantage of, but at the same time there was sadness and...
Read more at The Malaysian Insider
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
Fall from grace: Prominent Rockport businessman, ...
... father Journal Publications, which included a small magazine called Maine Coast Fisherman. The company would later acquire The Republican Journal newspaper based in Belfast. Journal Publications...
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