Quote Originally Posted by RattyMouse View Post
General Motors and Ford downsized rather extensively, closing dozens of plants worth billions and billions of dollars. Why can't Kodak shut down their plant and build one to fit the current business?
Automotive sales are on the increase.

Film sales have at best plateaued, and may be still on the decline.

New film manufacturing is expensive to design and build.

And shareholders and creditors demand that that money be spent on growing markets, not markets that are either steady or declining.

If Kodak had been privately held, it probably wouldn't be trying to get out of bankruptcy now.