Kodak imploded two of its buildings in Kodak Park this weekend as part of its restructuring efforts. As someone who giggles at the upheaval that revolutions cause, even if I happen to be upheaved, this makes me, well, giggle. Kodak, of course, imploded long ago. Perhaps even before the digital revolution. The funniest thing about this is the "positive" message Kodak is promoting as part of the demolitions. I'll give you one guess what that message is.
No, really, Cheap Ink
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" That's why we will wrap both buildings with huge banners promoting our
commitment to a "revolution" that demolishes an inkjet printer
business model that forces consumers to endure high-cost ink. The
throng of assembled media cameras will capture our huge banners
"declaring independence from the high cost of ink" before the
That'll boost the stock in a hurry!
P.S. Oh, yes, here's a video