Kodak is selling the business that made it famous.
The company revealed yesterday that it's selling its traditional print film business as part of an auction to raise cash.
The sale extends to Kodak's entire personalized imaging and document division, which includes kiosks that develop photos, photo paper and still camera film products, and even equipment that snaps souvenir photos at theme parks.
Before the digital age, Kodak held the market on consumer photography and was virtually synonymous with the word "film."
The auction is part of the company's aim to segue from consumer products … Read more