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Kodak declares bankruptcy


Queen’s University business professor John Pliniussen can talk about photography giant Eastman Kodak filing for bankruptcy today.

Dr. Pliniussen, a marketing professor who specializes in technology and innovation, feel the historic, pioneering company failed to innovate and keep up with digital technology.

“Too little, too late, too bad. Kodak’s bankruptcy filing is no surprise because it failed to follow the two tenants of successful technological innovation – always offer something ahead of the curve, and always market to the emotions of the targeted consumer. Kodak did neither,” says Dr. Pliniussen.

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