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Kodak Eastman was founded in 1880 by George Eastman, inventor of the hand-held camera and rolled photographic film. Kodak’s market value topped US$31 billion in the mid-1990s, but it filed a US$6.75 billion bankruptcy in January 2012, weighed down by high pension costs and badly lagging in the digital camera technology race. In August 2013, it was cleared to emerge from bankruptcy.
Former film giant Kodak is seeking to recapture its moments through printing, a US$600 billion global market which offers bright prospects