Kodak preparing for bankruptcy


Kodak, once the world’s best-known camera company and the bringer of photography to the masses, is on the verge of filing for bankruptcy, according to the Wall Street Journal.  It appears the company has struggled to make enough money from film and digital printing, and while Kodak has brought out some worthy digital cameras over the last decade, it struggled to dent the market share of the big Japanese makers. What do Digital Camera magazine readers think? Is this is a tragic demise, or a karmic lesson in corporate hubris?