Former CEO Kay Whitmore, who steered Eastman Kodak Co. for three tumultuous years before being fired in 1993 for failing to cut costs fast enough to satisfy investors in the world's biggest photography company, died on Monday, July 26, 2004, at a Rochester, N.Y., hospital. He was 72. Whitmore, a devout Mormon, spent 36 years at Kodak in a variety of jobs.
AP/The Democrat and Chronicle, Jamie Germano, file
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