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Bürgel Launches Manager Network Powered by Axon Insight

Germany based Bürgel announced the launch of BÜRGEL MANAGER NETWORK powered by Axon Insight.  For companies the Bürgel Manager network is a Web-based service, which provides a graphic illustration of how top-decision makers are linked with their own top contacts. Essentially the new service answers questions such as:  Who is conductiong business with whom and how are they networked?  Do ... Read More »

Reed Business Information Acquires Farmade

Reed Business Information (RBI), a division of Reed Elsevier, announced it has acquired the entire issued share capital of agricultural software and workflow solutions business Farmade.  Farmade will join RBI’s agricultural information, software and marketing solutions business, Farmers Weekly Group. Farmade provides widely used crop management and agronomy software in the UK and across the globe to more than 2500 ... Read More »

RR Donnelley Revenues Continue to Decline

Net sales in the quarter were $2.5 billion, down $94.8 million, or 3.6%, from the second quarter of 2011. Pro forma for acquisitions, net sales decreased 4.0%, as a 164 basis point unfavorable impact of changes in foreign exchange rates, volume declines in certain product offerings, price erosion and a 53 basis point unfavorable impact due to lower pass-through paper ... Read More »

Kodak Files for Bankruptcy Protection

Kodak’s long battle to remake itself for the digital age ended in failure on Thursday as the company that was instrumental in turning photography into a popular pastime filed for bankruptcy. The 131-year-old company said that it had filed for protection under Chapter 11 of the US bankruptcy code, along with its US subsidiaries, but that units elsewhere were not ... Read More »

Kodak Prepares for Bankruptcy: Being a Leader in Technology Does not Necessarily Provide the Guarantee for Longevity

Eastman Kodak, the company which brought photography to the masses a century ago, faces a gloomy future amid new reports that it is on the edge of bankruptcy Never able to rebuild after the digital wave blew its core film business away from the mass market, the Wall Street Journal reported on late Wednesday that Kodak has already begun preparing ... Read More »

KODAK: A Casualty of Intense Competition in the Digital Age

Kodak, the imaging pioneer, appears to become a casualty as a result of intense competitive pressures in its broad digital portfolio and secular decline in its traditional film business.   Moody’s lowered Kodak’s bond rating. Eastman Kodak became a penny stock as fresh concerns about whether the imaging pioneer could remain solvent led to a 54 per cent fall in its ... Read More »