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Electronic Imaging & Signal Processing

At Kodak, some old things are new again

Eastman Kodak is by no means thriving. Digital products are nowhere near filling the profit vacuum left by evaporating sales of film. Its work force is about a fifth of the size it was two decades ago, and it continues to lose money. Its share price remains depressed.

But, finally, digital products are flowing from the labs. Paradoxically, many of the new products are based on work Kodak began, but abandoned, years ago.

Full story from the New York Times.