Kodak will fork over millions of dollars to help clean up Eastman Business Park.
Kodak announced Thursday that it is laying off workers.
It is a sign of progress at the Eastman Business park as another tech company is moving in as an anchor tenant.
The new Kodak stock will soon be traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
A plan to clean up contamination at the Eastman Business Park is coming under fire.
Just weeks after the company emerged from bankruptcy, there is a new chairman of the board.
Antonio Perez was upbeat and optimistic with Tuesday's emergence news. He says the new Kodak is poised for profit and they are ready to move beyond bankruptcy.
John Ninfo said it's time to look forward.
All eyes are on Kodak as the company has successfully emerged from Chapter 11.
It's a big week for Kodak. The photo giant is expected to emerge from bankruptcy.
While Kodak breathes a sigh of relief, retirees reflect on some very tough losses.
former U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge John Ninfo discusses the announcement of court approval for Kodak's emergence plan.
Despite several objections from stockholders, a bankruptcy judge has approved Kodak's emergence plan.
Kodak creditors have approved the company's reorganization plan.
Kodak announced on Wednesday the group of men who will make up its Board of Directors after the company emerges from bankruptcy.
Kodak is reporting a $157 million loss in its latest earnings report.
Kodak CEO Antonio Perez will step down from his post after the company gets out of bankruptcy. But who will replace him?
The departing Kodak CEO has a new employment agreement that spells out salary, bonuses and stock options.
Financial Analyst Doug Hendee of Brighton Securities discussed the Kodak announcement that CEO Antonio Perez will leave his position after the company emerges from bankruptcy Wednesday morning on News 8 at Sunrise.
CEO Antonio Perez will continue to lead Kodak after it emerges from bankuptcy, but for a limited time.