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Noted and passed -- Feb. 13, 2012
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• We’ve commented on prior occasions about the recent bankruptcy filing of Kodak, once one of the most powerful brands in the world. The Rochester, N.Y.-based company filed late last year to reorganize; now comes news that Kodak will no longer make cameras, along with other products such as digital frames, choosing to concentrate instead on commercial printing technology and other products. It’s a sad thing, undoubtedly, for the millions of Americans who grew up using the company’s cameras and film, and it illustrates yet again that companies must constantly adapt in order to stay in business. • There was more than a bit of nostalgia in last week’s announcement that the last World War I veteran had died in England at the age of 110.

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