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    Posted: 12/24/2011 10:39:21 AM EST
    The Eastman Business Park is pictured in Rochester, New York, December 23, 2011. George Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman Chemical Co. That was hardly the case in 1994, when Eastman Kodak spun off its chemicals business to help pay down debt. At that time, Kodak was still a colossus in photography whereas Eastman Chemical was a small player very much in its parent's shadow. But because of a sea change in digital technology and different approaches to business, Eastman Chemical's stock market value has since increased 71 percent to $5.5 billion today, while Kodak's has plummeted 99 percent to about $185 million. Picture taken December 23, 2011. To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK REUTERS/Adam Fenster (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
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    Posted: 12/24/2011 10:39:16 AM EST
    The Eastman Business Park is pictured in Rochester, New York, December 23, 2011. George Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman Chemical Co. That was hardly the case in 1994, when Eastman Kodak spun off its chemicals business to help pay down debt. At that time, Kodak was still a colossus in photography whereas Eastman Chemical was a small player very much in its parent's shadow. But because of a sea change in digital technology and different approaches to business, Eastman Chemical's stock market value has since increased 71 percent to $5.5 billion today, while Kodak's has plummeted 99 percent to about $185 million. Picture taken December 23, 2011. To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK REUTERS/Adam Fenster (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
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    Posted: 12/24/2011 10:39:08 AM EST
    The Eastman Business Park is pictured in Rochester, New York, December 23, 2011. George Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman Chemical Co. That was hardly the case in 1994, when Eastman Kodak spun off its chemicals business to help pay down debt. At that time, Kodak was still a colossus in photography whereas Eastman Chemical was a small player very much in its parent's shadow. But because of a sea change in digital technology and different approaches to business, Eastman Chemical's stock market value has since increased 71 percent to $5.5 billion today, while Kodak's has plummeted 99 percent to about $185 million. Picture taken December 23, 2011. To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK REUTERS/Adam Fenster (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
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    Posted: 12/24/2011 10:39:01 AM EST
    The Eastman Business Park is pictured in Rochester, New York, December 23, 2011. George Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman Chemical Co. That was hardly the case in 1994, when Eastman Kodak spun off its chemicals business to help pay down debt. At that time, Kodak was still a colossus in photography whereas Eastman Chemical was a small player very much in its parent's shadow. But because of a sea change in digital technology and different approaches to business, Eastman Chemical's stock market value has since increased 71 percent to $5.5 billion today, while Kodak's has plummeted 99 percent to about $185 million. Picture taken December 23, 2011. To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK REUTERS/Adam Fenster (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
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    Posted: 12/24/2011 10:32:14 AM EST
    The Eastman Business Park is pictured in Rochester, New York, December 23, 2011. George Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman Chemical Co. That was hardly the case in 1994, when Eastman Kodak spun off its chemicals business to help pay down debt. At that time, Kodak was still a colossus in photography whereas Eastman Chemical was a small player very much in its parent's shadow. But because of a sea change in digital technology and different approaches to business, Eastman Chemical's stock market value has since increased 71 percent to $5.5 billion today, while Kodak's has plummeted 99 percent to about $185 million. Picture taken December 23, 2011. To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK REUTERS/Adam Fenster (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
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    Posted: 12/24/2011 10:32:09 AM EST
    The Eastman Business Park is pictured in Rochester, New York, December 23, 2011. George Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman Chemical Co. That was hardly the case in 1994, when Eastman Kodak spun off its chemicals business to help pay down debt. At that time, Kodak was still a colossus in photography whereas Eastman Chemical was a small player very much in its parent's shadow. But because of a sea change in digital technology and different approaches to business, Eastman Chemical's stock market value has since increased 71 percent to $5.5 billion today, while Kodak's has plummeted 99 percent to about $185 million. Picture taken December 23, 2011. To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK REUTERS/Adam Fenster (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
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    Posted: 12/24/2011 10:32:04 AM EST
    The Eastman Business Park is pictured in Rochester, New York, December 23, 2011. George Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman Chemical Co. That was hardly the case in 1994, when Eastman Kodak spun off its chemicals business to help pay down debt. At that time, Kodak was still a colossus in photography whereas Eastman Chemical was a small player very much in its parent's shadow. But because of a sea change in digital technology and different approaches to business, Eastman Chemical's stock market value has since increased 71 percent to $5.5 billion today, while Kodak's has plummeted 99 percent to about $185 million. Picture taken December 23, 2011. To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK REUTERS/Adam Fenster (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
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    Posted: 12/24/2011 10:32:00 AM EST
    The Eastman Business Park is pictured in Rochester, New York, December 23, 2011. George Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman Chemical Co. That was hardly the case in 1994, when Eastman Kodak spun off its chemicals business to help pay down debt. At that time, Kodak was still a colossus in photography whereas Eastman Chemical was a small player very much in its parent's shadow. But because of a sea change in digital technology and different approaches to business, Eastman Chemical's stock market value has since increased 71 percent to $5.5 billion today, while Kodak's has plummeted 99 percent to about $185 million. Picture taken December 23, 2011. To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK REUTERS/Adam Fenster (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
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    Posted: 12/24/2011 10:31:55 AM EST
    A statue of Eastman Kodak founder George Eastman stands on the University of Rochester campus in Rochester, New York, December 23, 2011. Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman Chemical Co. That was hardly the case in 1994, when Eastman Kodak spun off its chemicals business to help pay down debt. At that time, Kodak was still a colossus in photography whereas Eastman Chemical was a small player very much in its parent's shadow. But because of a sea change in digital technology and different approaches to business, Eastman Chemical's stock market value has since increased 71 percent to $5.5 billion today, while Kodak's has plummeted 99 percent to about $185 million. Picture taken December 23, 2011. To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK REUTERS/Adam Fenster (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
  •  - A statue of Eastman Kodak founder George Eastman stands on the University of Rochester campus in Rochester, New York

    A statue of Eastman Kodak founder George Eastman stands on the University of Rochester campus in Rochester, New York

    Posted: 12/24/2011 10:18:36 AM EST
    A statue of Eastman Kodak founder George Eastman stands on the University of Rochester campus in Rochester, New York, December 23, 2011. Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman Chemical Co. That was hardly the case in 1994, when Eastman Kodak spun off its chemicals business to help pay down debt. At that time, Kodak was still a colossus in photography whereas Eastman Chemical was a small player very much in its parent's shadow. But because of a sea change in digital technology and different approaches to business, Eastman Chemical's stock market value has since increased 71 percent to $5.5 billion today, while Kodak's has plummeted 99 percent to about $185 million. To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK REUTERS/Adam Fenster (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 12/24/2011 1:00:45 AM EST
    FILE - In this April 14, 2011, file photo, Oakland Athletics' Gio Gonzalez pitches against the Detroit Tigers during a baseball game in Oakland, Calif. Gonzalez said Thursday, Dec. 22, 2011, the Washington Nationals have agreed to acquire him in a trade from the Athletics, and the deal is nearly finished. "It's 99 percent done," Gonzalez said in a phone interview. "It's pending a physical and I'm just waiting to hear from my agent." (AP Photo/Ben Margot, File)
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    Posted: 12/1/2011 9:45:47 AM EST
    Electoral commission president Daniel Ngoy Mulunda sits amidst ballot boxes and his body guards at the Fikin grounds used as a central tallying point in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, Wednesday Nov. 30, 2011, two days after the country went to the polls for presidential and parliamentary elections. Mulunda said that more than 99 percent of voting districts had functioned normally, and that only 485 out of 61,380 polling stations had been unable to complete voting due to missing ballots. The vote is only the second since the end of Congo's last war, and the first to be organized by the government instead of the international community. The election was supposed to mark another step toward peace, but if the results are not accepted by the population, especially the country's fractured opposition, analysts fear it could drag Congo back into conflict. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
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    Posted: 12/1/2011 9:45:46 AM EST
    Electoral commission president Daniel Ngoy Mulunda sits amidst ballot boxes at the Fikin grounds used as a central tallying point in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, Wednesday Nov. 30, 2011, two days after the country went to the polls for presidential and parliamentary elections. Mulunda said that more than 99 percent of voting districts had functioned normally, and that only 485 out of 61,380 polling stations had been unable to complete voting due to missing ballots. The vote is only the second since the end of Congo's last war, and the first to be organized by the government instead of the international community. The election was supposed to mark another step toward peace, but if the results are not accepted by the population, especially the country's fractured opposition, analysts fear it could drag Congo back into conflict.(AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
  •  - Billy Lynn gets water out of a water station in Robert Lee, Texas

    Billy Lynn gets water out of a water station in Robert Lee, Texas

    Posted: 10/29/2011 11:52:43 PM EST
    Billy Lynn gets water out of a water station in Robert Lee, Texas October 28, 2011. After one of the hottest summers on record, the E.V. Spence Reservoir that is the lone water supply and main recreational draw in this tiny West Texas town is more than 99 percent empty. Robert Lee, which is a two-hour drive east of Midland, has received only about six inches (15 cm) of rainfall this year, half the normal amount. Picture taken October 28, 2011. REUTERS/Calle Richmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - A view of the dry bed of the E.V. Spence Reservoir in Robert Lee, Texas

    A view of the dry bed of the E.V. Spence Reservoir in Robert Lee, Texas

    Posted: 10/29/2011 11:47:00 PM EST
    A view of the dry bed of the E.V. Spence Reservoir in Robert Lee, Texas October 28, 2011. After one of the hottest summers on record, the lake that is the lone water supply and main recreational draw in this tiny West Texas town is more than 99 percent empty. Robert Lee, which is a two-hour drive east of Midland, has received only about six inches (15 cm) of rainfall this year, half the normal amount. Picture taken October 28, 2011. REUTERS/Calle Richmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - A view of the dry bed of the E.V. Spence Reservoir in Robert Lee, Texas

    A view of the dry bed of the E.V. Spence Reservoir in Robert Lee, Texas

    Posted: 10/29/2011 11:44:22 PM EST
    A view of the dry bed of the E.V. Spence Reservoir in Robert Lee, Texas October 28, 2011. After one of the hottest summers on record, the lake that is the lone water supply and main recreational draw in this tiny West Texas town is more than 99 percent empty. Robert Lee, which is a two-hour drive east of Midland, has received only about six inches (15 cm) of rainfall this year, half the normal amount. Picture taken October 28, 2011. REUTERS/Calle Richmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - Occupy K Street demonstrators protest in the street of Washington

    Occupy K Street demonstrators protest in the street of Washington

    Posted: 10/29/2011 8:09:36 PM EST
    Occupy K Street demonstrators protest in the street of Washington October 29, 2011. The protesters were calling on the wealthiest 1 percent, including Wall Street speculators, hedge fund managers and bankers to pay their fair share to contribute to the needs of the 99 percent who paid for their bailouts. REUTERS/Jose Luis Magana (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS POLITICS)
  •  - Occupy K Street demonstrators protest outside the Bank of America building on a street in Washington

    Occupy K Street demonstrators protest outside the Bank of America building on a street in Washington

    Posted: 10/29/2011 4:11:22 PM EST
    Occupy K Street demonstrators protest outside the Bank of America building on a street in Washington October 29, 2011, calling on the wealthiest 1 percent, including Wall Street speculators, hedge fund managers and bankers to pay their fair share to contribute to the needs of the 99 percent who paid for their bailouts. REUTERS/Jose Luis Magana (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS POLITICS)
  •  - Occupy K Street demonstrators protest outside the Bank of America building on a street in Washington

    Occupy K Street demonstrators protest outside the Bank of America building on a street in Washington

    Posted: 10/29/2011 4:10:40 PM EST
    Occupy K Street demonstrators protest outside the Bank of America building on a street in Washington October 29, 2011, calling on the wealthiest 1 percent, including Wall Street speculators, hedge fund managers and bankers to pay their fair share to contribute to the needs of the 99 percent who paid for their bailouts. REUTERS/Jose Luis Magana (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS POLITICS)
  •  - Occupy K Street demonstrators protest on a street in Washington

    Occupy K Street demonstrators protest on a street in Washington

    Posted: 10/29/2011 4:08:40 PM EST
    Occupy K Street demonstrators protest on a street in Washington October 29, 2011, calling on the wealthiest 1 percent, including Wall Street speculators, hedge fund managers and bankers to pay their fair share to contribute to the needs of the 99 percent who paid for their bailouts. REUTERS/Jose Luis Magana (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS POLITICS)