Eastman Kodak (EKDKQ.PK) has reached a deal with a retirees committee to resolve the bankrupt company's retiree health care and survivor benefits liabilities, which surpass $1.2B and cost Kodak $10M/month. Kodak will provide the committee with a $7.5M cash payment, a $635M unsecured claim, and a $15M administrative claim to make payments to retirees. The deal has the support of Kodak's creditors committee.
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