Business: Kodak's Win

"A right to success "

Another court decision last week will be closely studied by businessmen, especially those in industries with one or a few dominant firms.

A year ago, Berkey Photo (1978 revenues: $199 million) won a major victory over giant Eastman Kodak ($7 billion) in one of the largest private antitrust suits in history. A federal district-court jury in Manhattan found that Kodak, which made more than 80% of the film sold in the U.S. in 1973, when the case was first brought, and garnered over 60% of camera sales, not only had...

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