Kodak Emerges From Bankruptcy

Eastman Kodak Co. said Tuesday it has emerged from bankruptcy, completing its two-year transformation to a leaner company focused on commercial imaging.


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Kodak Files Plan to Exit Bankruptcy Protection

Eastman Kodak Co. has filed a plan to exit Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection that would hand ownership of the company to its bondholders and unsecured creditors.


Kodak to Sell Patents for $525 Million

Eastman Kodak Co.’s $525 million patent sale disclosed Wednesday involved a Who’s Who of the global technology industry, as usually fierce rivals came together to take off the market patents governing the digital cameras now ubiquitous in mobile devices.


Kodak Gets Bid of More Than $500 Million for Patents

A consortium of bidders has offered Eastman Kodak Co. more than $500 million for a trove of digital patents, people familiar with the matter said.


Kodak Reaches Financing Deal With Bondholders

Eastman Kodak Co. reached a deal with bondholders for $793 million in loans that could take the onetime photography icon out of bankruptcy proceedings on the condition it sell a trove of patents for a certain amount, said people familiar with the discussions.


Kodak Pulls Plug on Another Business

Eastman Kodak Co. will wind down its desktop-printer unit next year, pulling the plug on a business that for half a decade was central to Chief Executive Antonio Perez’s plan to turn around the company.

Kodak Continues to Whittle Down Workforce

After this round of cuts, Kodak, which employed about 145,000 people at its height, will employ about 13,400.

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