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Software firm buys Kodak unit

A Chicago-based firm has acquired an Eastman Kodak Co. business, the companies said Wednesday. Blue Software LLC bought the Kodak Design2Launch business for an undisclosed amount. Kodak acquired the Stamford, Conn., digital workflow firm in 2008. Blue Software is the ...

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Kodak posts smaller first-quarter loss, decline in revenues

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Eastman Kodak Co. on Thursday afternoon reported a smaller first-quarter net loss but also a double-digit percentage decline in revenues. The per-share loss was 43 cents, compared with a loss of $1.38 a share in the first quarter of 2015.

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Firm acquires Kodak business

A Chicago-based firm has acquired an Eastman Kodak Co. business, the companies announced Wednesday.

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Valeant restates its financial statements, shakes up board

Shares of Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc.—the parent company of Bausch & Lomb Inc.—dropped some 6 percent by midday Friday after the company filed its annual report, including a restatement of prior financial statements.

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Don’t call me Dude Longtime local fund manager Lawrence Creatura—mostly recently portfolio manager at Federated Investors—has appeared on national TV financial news programs, from CNBC to Bloomberg. He also has served as an expert source for publications ranging from the ...

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The Loop

Syracuse, the title favorite With spring officially arriving on Sunday, it’s a good time to check in on the Golden Snowball Award tally for the 2015-16 season. The Golden Snowball Award is a contest among five cities in Upstate New ...

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Kodak posts Q4 profit; in talks to sell its Prosper business

Eastman Kodak Co. is looking to sell off one of its highly touted businesses. The company is in talks with prospective buyers about offers to purchase its Kodak Prosper Enterprise Inkjet business, officials said Tuesday.

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Kodak inks agreement with California firm

Eastman Kodak Co. on Friday announced it has signed a joint development agreement with Carbon3D Inc., a developer of 3-D printing technology.

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The Loop

‘The American Venus’ Late last month was the 20th anniversary of the death of Audrey Munson, a mostly forgotten Rochester native who was perhaps America’s first supermodel. Known at the peak of her fame as “The American Venus,” and “the ...

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The Loop

Can-do teams Seven local teams have designed and constructed giant sculptures made out of canned food with a “Bon Appétit: All Things Food” theme for the ninth annual design-build competition Canstruction Rochester. Presented by Buckingham Properties, Canstruction Rochester serves as ...

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The Loop

Global leader Rochester native Deb Henretta is heading back to her alma mater next month to serve as the university’s 2016 Leader in Residence. Deb, a St. Bonaventure alumna from the Class of 1983, last year left her post at ...

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The Loop

End of an era A company with ties to a pair of Rochester companies—Eastman Kodak and Jasco Tools—plans to shutter its doors this month, ending more than 50 years in the photo-finishing business. Indiana firm Burrell Imaging, founded in Don ...

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