Kodak announced it will stop selling traditional film cameras in the United States, Canada and Western Europe, a startling sign of how quickly consumers have adopted digital imaging.

Kodak’s name still evokes a strong image, which is why this move carries such symbolic weight. It’s a sad story, though – a reminder that Kodak is in the process of being rendered obsolete and management has appeared to be incapable of reacting to a changing market. Here’s a story about Kodak’s decline.

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