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How Kodak lost its way

Was Eastman Kodak Co.'s plummet from the pinnacle of industry into bankruptcy court inevitable?   Probably not, but another outcome would have required successful, visionary leaps.   Five leaders-three career Kodakers and two outsiders-steered the onetime photo giant during its 30-year decline. Over that period, it shrank from 60,400 local employees to 7,000.   With varying degrees of ...
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