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List Of Rochester Institute Of Technology Alumni - Business
... (1979) - Chief Administrative Officer and Senior Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company William A ... of M T Bank Daniel Carp (1973) - former Chairman and CEO of the Eastman Kodak Company Terry Clapham (1971) - Co-founder, VISX, Inc ... Retired Chief Administrative Officer and Executive Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company Sue Newhouse (1979) - Owner and President, Ajettix, Inc Jai Ramachandran (2003) - Vice President, The Bank Street Group Mike ...
Kodak, Tennessee
... Kodak is an unincorporated village in Sevier County, Tennessee ... Kodak is located along State Highway 139, just west of State Highway 66, and just south of Interstate Highway 40 and Knoxville, Tennessee ... The elevation of Kodak is about 896 feet (273 meters) above sea level ...
Michael Hamilton (economist)
... Michael Hamilton is a former chief financial officer of Kodak and a professor of finance at Terry College of Business, part of University of Georgia ... As a CFO of Kodak, he worked in Rochester, New York at Kodak world headquarters and in London ... Hamilton also worked in Amsterdam for 7 years during which time he was employed with Eastman Chemical ...
George M. C. Fisher
... served as the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Eastman Kodak Company from 1993-2000 ... Prior to joining Kodak, Fisher worked at Motorola, Inc ... Fisher is currently a Senior Advisor at Kohlberg Kravis Roberts Company ...
Kodak C613
... Of the four new Kodak models announced at PMA 2007, the entry point looks to be the Kodak EasyShare C613, a six megapixel camera with Kodak-branded 3x optical ... Other features of the Kodak C613 include USB connectivity, an, and power from two AA batteries (with alkaline disposables in the product bundle) ...

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