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Kodak silent on reports of joint Google/Apple patent acquisition

Reports have emerged that tech heavyweights Apple and Google are putting together a joint bid for more than $500 million in digital imaging patents currently up for sale by Kodak.

Kodak patents bid tops $500m mark

Kodak has received an offer in excess of the required $500m for its digital imaging patents, according to reports.

Kodak secures $830m exit finance facility

Kodak said its lenders were demonstrating increased confidence in the company's future after they boosted its $793m interim and exit finance facility by $37m and established "improved" terms for repayment.

Kodak patent sale a condition of new $800m facility

Eastman Kodak has been told it must sell its digital imaging patent portfolio for "no less than $500m" as a condition of a new interim and exit finance facility totalling nearly $800m.

Kodak losses increase in third quarter

Eastman Kodak has posted double digit increases in its pre-tax and net loss in its third quarter results.

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.

DST kicks off multi-site upgrade with Kodak Prosper order

DST Output UK has embarked on a multimillion-pound equipment upgrade across its Bristol, Dagenham and Nottingham sites.

Kodak asks for Chapter 11 extension as it ditches desktop printers

Eastman Kodak has asked for more time to file its Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganisation plan as it announced the decision to wind down consumer inkjet printer sales from 2013.

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