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When Kodak made Brownies, folks said, "Cheese!" The Brownie camera inventor, Kodak has retouched its image and is exiting the camera business. Production of digital cameras, pocket video cameras, and digital picture frames has stopped. It has discontinued its Kodachrome color film, too. Kodak's future is in its brand licensing business, along with providing such offerings as home photo printers, commercial inkjet presses, and workfow software and packaging. The company's move shakes up its three segments: Consumer Digital Imaging Group (CDG); Film, Photofinishing, and...
Chairman and CEO
Pros: I left years ago when company was still making positive margins and it was a consumer business. Many of us former Kodak employees still rooting for Kodak and Rochester (best 14 years of my life) – Full Review /Reviews/Employee-Review-Eastman-Kodak-RVW2601465.htm
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Rochester, NY (US) Mar 2012 – Reviewed Jan 02, 2013
Interview Details Submitted my resume thru a contact and was contacted via email in a couple of days. – Full Interview
They wanted to check my backgraound and wanted to make sure that I would not require too much tranining to get started because they were in a hurry to find a match – View Answer
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