Kodak Rounds Out Its Film Offering with Imation
Eastman Kodak's recent acquisition of Imation, the medical x-ray film business spun off from Minnesota Mining and Manfufacturing Co., will give both companies an important boost. Kodak is still the market leader in x-ray film, but it has lagged in developing a dry laser film product to round out its line. That's where Imation comes in.
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