NEW YORK, Sept 23 (Reuters) - The picture is developing nicely for Eastman Kodak Co. For several years, Kodak has been feeling the pain as consumers have been snapping up digital cameras, and film sales have fallen. Last year, Kodak decided to cut its investment in film, its biggest revenue driver, and move into growth areas like medical imaging and commercial printing. Judging by the company's announcement on Wednesday, that was a good move: Kodak said it expected sales of digital ...
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