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Lessons From a Tragic Business Failure

In 1975, a Kodak engineer named Steve Sasson invented the first digital camera, a toaster-sized prototype that captured black-and-white images at a resolution of just .01 megapixels (by comparison, there’s now a Nokia smartphone with 41-megapixel resolution). Because the first digital camera was filmless, Kodak management wanted Sasson to keep quiet about his invention rather […]

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