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Kodak to be named a national historic chemical landmark by American Chemical Society  (access required)

The national organization will bestow the company with The Birthplace of Consumer Photography landmark designation, recognizing Kodak’s legacy in chemistry and future in advanced materials and chemicals.

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Kodak acquires Massachusetts manufacturer (access required)

Eastman Kodak on Monday said it has acquired the assets of ECRM Inc.’s computer-to-plate (CTP) device business for the graphic arts and newspaper industries. Based in Massachusetts, ECRM is a global leader in imaging technologies for the graphic communications industry, ...

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Kodak shares surge on news of DFC loan investigation (access required)

Eastman Kodak Co. shares surged on Monday on news that regulators had found no wrongdoing in a loan process that would have had the company manufacturing chemicals for COVID-19 and generic drugs. Following a report from the Wall Street Journal ...

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Kodak reports Q3 loss (access required)

After the bell on Tuesday, Eastman Kodak Co. reported a third-quarter decline in sales of $63 million and a net loss for the quarter of $445 million. Shares of company stock (NYSE: KODK) were down roughly 2 percent to $6.55 ...

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Eastman Museum installs Colorama for new visitor center opening (access required)

As the George Eastman Museum continues its renovations, a reproduction of a Colorama image is being installed adjacent to the museum’s new Thomas Tischer Visitor Center, scheduled to open to the public Oct. 10. The structure to display the Colorama ...

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After investigation, legal experts conclude Kodak, executives did not violate any laws (access required)

An independent legal review of Eastman Kodak Co.’s actions during and ahead of a July announcement that the Rochester manufacturer was in line to receive a massive loan to produce pharmaceuticals has concluded that the company and its executives broke ...

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