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Film Is Not Dead, Apparently

Sheril Antonio | Posted 04.10.2015 | Entertainment
Sheril Antonio

For some time now, we've been led to believe that the word film, as it relates to the material initially used to capture moving images, was no longer a factual term.

America's Dying Industries

The Huffington Post | Harry Bradford | Posted 04.12.2012 | Business

Some industries just may not have what it takes to survive today's changing economic climate. Technological advances, offshore manufacturing and s...

Kodak Asking To Have Its Name Removed From Oscar Venue

Reuters | Posted 04.03.2012 | Business

(Adds brand expert, other companies eye naming rights) By By Sue Zeidler LOS ANGELES, Feb 1 (Reuters) - Eastman Kodak ea...

Kodak Files For Bankruptcy

Reuters | Posted 03.19.2012 | Business

Jan 19 (Reuters) - Eastman Kodak Co filed for bankruptcy on Thursday in a bid to survive a liquidity crisis after years of falling sales related to ...

Camera Obscura: Musings On The Death Of Kodak

Debra Ollivier | Posted 03.17.2012 | Fifty
Debra Ollivier

The divide between the analog and digital world does indeed grow bigger every day and has an impact on the most basic things.

Two Directors Resign From Board Of Struggling Company

Posted 12.27.2011 | Business

Two Eastman Kodak directors resigned from the board last week, the struggling photography company said in a filing with U.S. regulators on Tuesday. ...

Best And Worst Run Companies In America

Posted 12.12.2011 | Business

From 24/7 Wall St.: Many American companies have done incredibly well this year. A number posted extraordinary financial results in 2011. Others have ...

Obama's Job Creation Advisors Include Job-Cutting Execs | Alana Semuels, Los Angeles Times | Posted 12.10.2011 | Politics

Just days before the president appointed Kenneth I. Chenault, chairman and chief executive of American Express, to the council, the company announced ...

Nation's Top Polluters: We're Green Too!

Tom McNichol | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Tom McNichol

Don't expect any of these companies to admit they have a poor environmental record. In fact, to hear the top polluters tell it, they're as green as Al Gore.

The Leap: Beginning the Journey, Part II

Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

I was gifted with a naïve optimism that almost always led me to the question, "Why not?"