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Eastman Kodak (EKDKQ.PK) is selling its personalized imaging (camera film, paper, photo kiosks)...

Eastman Kodak (EKDKQ.PK) is selling its personalized imaging (camera film, paper, photo kiosks) and document imaging (scanners/related software) units to its U.K. pension fund for $650M. The deal settles $2.8B in claims against Kodak from the bankrupt company's largest creditor. Kodak asserts the deal gives it "the remaining liquidity we require to emerge from Chapter 11," and says it plans to "file a draft Chapter 11 plan with the [U.S.] Bankruptcy Court on April 30." Kodak recently sold some document imaging assets to Brother for $210M. (PR) (previous)
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