Recent Articles from Mike Dickinson
President, CFO leaving Kodak; 1,000 more job cuts coming
Eastman Kodak Co. on Monday said it plans to cut 1,000 more jobs by year’s end. In addition, two top executives, President Philip Faraci and Chief Financial Officer Antoinette McCorvey, are leaving the firm.
Place to play The National Museum of Play-along with the George Eastman House, the Susan B. Anthony House and Wegmans-got rave reviews Sunday in an article published by the Cleveland Plain Dealer newspaper and Cleveland.com. Features writer Susan Glaser describes a visit she and her family made here. "He’s been to the Louvre, […]
All fried but the air The Great New York State Fair kicked off over the weekend, and based on the foods being touted by the fair folks, we’re betting NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg and his healthy eating team won’t be pleased. Back this year is the Big Kahuna Donut Burger, a quarter-pound burger placed […]
Kodak to sell Personalized Imaging and Document Imaging businesses
Eastman Kodak Co. late Thursday afternoon said it plans to sell its Personalized Imaging and Document Imaging businesses. The company aims to complete the transactions in the first half of 2013.
Kodak patent sale hearing adjourned to Aug. 30; discussions continuing
The hearing to get U.S. Bankruptcy Court approval for the sale of Eastman Kodak Co.’s digital imaging patents now is slated for Aug. 30—though no winning bidder has been announced.
Kodak expects to post positive cash flow in ’13
Eastman Kodak Co.’s survival depends on generating cash-from its ongoing digital patent sale in the short term and from operations in the long term. In financial projections disclosed this week, Kodak said it expects to have negative operating cash flow of $84 million this year. That would be an improvement from the $394 million in […]
Kodak: Patent auction ongoing, may keep patents
Eastman Kodak Co. continues to talk with potential buyers of its digital imaging patents but no deal has been struck. Indeed, Kodak on Thursday said it may keep all or parts of the portfolio.
Kodak delays disclosure of patent auction results
Eastman Kodak Co. and its creditors have agreed to extend the timeline for announcing the outcome of the auction of its digital imaging patents, the company said late Monday afternoon. The extension is being made ”in light of continuing discussions with bidders,” Kodak said in a statement. “The auction, which is a complex and dynamic process, is ongoing.”
Tweets live on The old carpenter’s adage-measure twice, cut once-is an applicable truism for politicos and others with a taste for tweeting. That is even more important with Politwoops, a site developed by the Sunshine Foundation and billed as the only comprehensive collection of deleted tweets by U.S. politicians. "From minor typos to […]
Apple loses bid to transfer Kodak patent battle from bankruptcy court
Apple Inc. on Thursday lost its bid to move its digital patent dispute with Eastman Kodak Co. out of U.S. Bankruptcy Court and into U.S. District Court.
Road trip The folks at Donnelly’s Public House on Water Street in Fairport have packed up their green Pacer for a 16-day beer trip across America. The plan is to stop at nine breweries on the trip. Each day when they visit a brewery, a beer from that establishment will be on tap back at […]
WHEC-TV selects successor to Rich Funke
WHEC-TV 10 has selected a replacement for longtime broadcaster Rich Funke. The station has reached an agreement with Don Hudson, KTVX-TV 4 in Salt Lake City, to join the local station as news anchor-reporter.