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    Sad indeed, my uncle worked for EK, as did his wife and several of my cousins.
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    Depressing.
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    Sadly, it's happened to other companies, and will continue to happen. What's happening at Bell Labs now? They invented the transistor.
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    Oops, Kodak just did!
    For all practical purposes, they've taken Kodak away.


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    Absentee mgt is not a good sign.

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    Sorry, but I am not a NY Times subscriber. Could someone give a hint what the talk is about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnemosyne View Post
    Sorry, but I am not a NY Times subscriber. Could someone give a hint what the talk is about?
    you don't have to, I'm not. It's a video about Kodak going down

    It's just heart breaking when you hear that guy saying that they are producing food instead of film because food won't be replace by digital camera so depressing
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    Salsa? In Kodak Park? And people are smiling?

    Nice job, Perez...



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    Serve them virtual digital food and see if they're satisfied !

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsdunek View Post
    Sadly, it's happened to other companies, and will continue to happen. What's happening at Bell Labs now? They invented the transistor.
    Bell Labs is the R&D arm of Lucent technologies. They are huge today, with many research facilities spread around the world. They have continued to contribute significantly to advancement in technology since the invention of the transistor: Laser, CCD, C and C++ programming language, Wireless LAN. They recently changed their focus to information technology development, adjusting to the needs of current times. ENTIRELY opposite of what happened to Kodak.

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