Jan 19, 2012 Kodak’s decline shows a failure to diversify in the digital age. Its main film rival, Japan’s Fujifilm, found a way to stay profitable.
Jan 17, 2012 Chinese companies buying up factories in Mexico: one example of how skilled manufacturing is changing.
Jan 6, 2012 David Brancaccio discusses the impact bankruptcy could have on the 38,000 Kodak retirees and how the city of Rochester, home to the film company, can survive.
Jan 5, 2012 Kodak could soon be delisted from the NYSE and perhaps even file for bankruptcy. But does that really mean the end of the company?
Jan 5, 2012 Boeing will close a military aircraft factory in Wichita, Kansas, laying off 2,000 workers over two years. The European Union could soon begin cracking down on how online companies use personal data. Shares of Netflix soared yesterday after data showed that users watched over 2 billion hours of TV and movies last quarter. And in this week's Attitude Check with Gallup, we look at the extent to which the 2012 election will focus on economic issues.
Jan 5, 2012 Kodak has fallen from a one-time business giant to stocks worth less than $1 per share. What went wrong?
Jan 3, 2012 The manufacturing industry is hiring again, but companies are looking for workers with skills in mechanical and electrical engineering.
Jan 3, 2012 Manufacturing, both in the U.S. and abroad, could be the strongest growth sector for the economy in 2012.