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Description: When Eastman Kodak emerges from bankruptcy this summer or fall, it will be a shadow of the blue-chip corporate giant it once was. A celebrated company whose little yellow packages of film documented generations of birthday parties, weddings and anniversaries, the new Kodak will be more commercially focused, providing printing and imaging services to businesses as well as film to the movie industry.

Source: NYTimes.com

Date: May 03, 2013

Link: http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2013/05/03/after-bankruptcy-a-leaner-kodak-faces-an-uphill-battle/

Questions for Discussions:

  • Why did Kodak go bankrupt?
  • What does the report say about the real valuations of patents?
  • Can Kodak capitalize on it’s brand and emerge as an industrial giant once more?
  • Would you be an investor in the firm today?

 

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