US judge approves Kodak plan to exit bankruptcy

The green light from US Bankruptcy Judge Allan Gropper in New York puts Kodak on track to exit bankruptcy in about two weeks.

Hopeful of emerging out of bankruptcy 2013 end: Kodak

Kodak filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the US, which gives companies time to re-organise debt and sell parts of their business, in January 2012.

Court approves Kodak's bid to sell patents

The patents are part of Kodak's digital-capture portfolio for devices like digital cameras, smartphones, and tablets.

Kodak employee sues company directors over stock

Kodak shares, which trade for 34 cents on the pink sheets, were trading at 55 cents on January 18 before the company filed for bankruptcy.

Kodak replaces chief restructuring officer

James Mesterharm, who works for the consultancy firm AlixPartners and was chief restructuring officer.

Bankruptcy filing in US not to impact India operations: Kodak

Eastman Kodak Co, which dates back more than a hundred years, has been struggling to keep pace with the digital age.

US camera pioneer Kodak files for bankruptcy

US camera pioneer Eastman Kodak, which brought photography to the masses over a century ago, filed for bankruptcy early on Thursday.