Today, Kodak reported its financial results for fiscal 2010. While there were bright spots for the firm, to be sure, Kodak’s overall performance was disappointing, and the company’s share price has fallen to about $3.75 per share as of mid-day, down 17 percent from today’s opening price of $4.24 per share. News that put the market in sell mode included a steep 25 percent decline in fourth-quarter revenue and a stunning 95 percent decline in fourth-quarter profit. Even the firm’s digital businesses revenue sank to $1.488 billion in the fourth quarter, down 25 percent from the year-ago period. For the full fiscal year, sales were $7.187 billion, down 6 percent from fiscal 2009. What compounds these gloomy results is that 2009 was hardly a banner year for the imaging industry, so, in some respects, Kodak’s performance seems worse than at the height of the recession.