Let's put it this way.... the current films being marketed under the Kodak label are extremely high-quality, very versatile, and apparently still
quite popular. ... in other words, probably profitable and sustainable for quite awhile. If you own a steak house that has plenty of business,
do you shut it down and open a hot dog stand across town? ... and having a discrete division where profit in dictates the mfg model, rather
than robbing Peter to pay Paul in a big stock market octopus arrangement, is in itself a very positive sign, or at least a major step in the right
direction. ... Now in the corporate world there are always a few special incompetents who could figure out how to crack a titanium ball
and their own foot at the same time. ... but I'm personally optimistic in this case that the dust is finally settling...
I understand the concern about Building 38 being the only source of Kodak manufactured film, because the equipment in Building 38 is far too large.
Well all the signs point to a logical conclusion.
Originally Posted by clayne
MBA mentality is very, very predictable.
I honestly DO hope I am wrong.