Kodak announced it will no longer make cameras, they will only concentrate on processing film. The company was one of the biggest corporate casualties of the digital age as it failed to quickly embrace modern technologies such as digital photography, which it invented in 1975. Kodak, which filed for bankruptcy protection last month, said on Thursday that getting out of cameras would result in "significant" job losses. Most of the 400 people in that business are based in Rochester, New York, and work in research and development and marketing. Who do you suppose is to blame for this catasrophe? Most would some way blame those damn workers with all of their demands. If this does not show that the top...the ones that make major decisions are more than likely the demise of a company with their inability to invest and to look into the future. But it is easy to blame the workers. http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/02/09/kodak-idUSL2E8D94FS20120209 UNIONS FOREVER!