Twenty years ago, the brightest color in photography was yellow -- the bright yellow of a box of Kodak film. Eastman Kodak was the giant of the picture business, with more than 80 percent of the American film market.
Now, as stories swirl that it will soon declare bankruptcy or be delisted by the New York Stock Exchange, Kodak is fading almost to black. In 1996, its stock reached $80 per share; today, it traded for less than 50 cents.
How could the mighty fall so far? It's not as if Kodak...Full Story