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Kodak extends Sonora plate into newspaper applications

Kodak has this week launched a newspaper version of the Sonora thermal, process-free commercial printing plate that it unveiled at last year's Drupa.

Kodak projects profitable future as it records $1.4bn loss for 2012

Kodak focused on the silver lining rather than the uncertain clouds surrounding its future this week as it cited the improved performance of its Commercial Imaging division - including commercial printing - while reporting a consolidated net loss of $1.4bn for FY 2012.

Axel Springer rolls out inkjet investment across all sites

Axel Springer has ordered a further 19 Kodak Prosper S30 inkjet printheads from Manroland Web Systems as it continues to roll out its hybrid printing investment across all of its German printing sites.

Kodak publishes 2013-17 forecast

Kodak has published its financial projections for the next five years in a presentation for creditors as part of its Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.

Ditching retiree healthcare benefits is 'very good news' for Kodak

A Kodak spokesman has described the decision to end retiree and survivor healthcare benefits from 1 January 2013, thereby ending a $1.2bn liability, as "very good news" for the company.

Kodak publishes 2013-15 cashflow forecast

Kodak has forecast a total operating cash flow of $33m (20m) on revenue of $1.2bn for the first six months of 2013, although its US operation is forecast to lose $110m in the same period.

An interview with Kodak CEO Antonio Perez

Despite the challenge of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Kodak CEO Antonio Perez painted a fairly bright picture of the legendary Rochester, NY-based company's future, in an exclusive interview with PrintWeek ahead of GraphExpo.

Kodak and Collins clash again on Versamark

Kodak's acrimonious split from former Versamark OEM ink manufacturer, Cincinnati-based Collins Ink, has taken another twist after Collins announced that it would be entering the printhead refurbishing business.

Kodak enters bankruptcy protection

Eastman Kodak and its US subsidiaries have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after the digital imaging and pre-press giant ran out of money to finance its stuttering transformation.

Battle lines drawn for high-speed inkjet press ink wars

With the arrival of high-speed inkjet presses that are capable of challenging offset printing in many areas, one of the comments I regularly hear concerns the cost of inkjet inks and the limited range of suppliers.

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