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Analyst actions and corporate announcements were some of the catalysts behind the most actively traded stocks on Thursday.
Stocks wrapped up another record week as potential merger deals pushed the major markets higher. "The market responded very well this week to the raft of mergers and acquisitions announcements and private equity deals," said Quincy Krosby, chief investment strategist at The Hartford.
Eastman Kodak posted a wider-than-expected first-quarter loss as cost-cutting failed to outpace a decline in digital photography sales, sending its stock down nearly 6%.
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The board of directors that will govern Delta Air Lines after it exits bankruptcy in two weeks faces a big decision right out of the gate -- who to pick to be the company's next chief executive officer.
Kraft Foods, the largest North American food maker, will join the Standard & Poor's 500 stock index after the close of trading on March 30.
Eastman Kodak said it expected to complete a three-year restructuring program by the end of 2007, including additional job cuts, that will help it sustain profitability.
Eastman Kodak is introducing a line of desktop printers and low cost replacement inks on Tuesday, as the photography company takes on a market dominated by Hewlett-Packard.
Photography company Eastman Kodak posted a quarterly profit on continued growth in its digital business.
Eastman Kodak said Wednesday it will sell its health group imaging business to Onex Healthcare Holdings, a subsidiary of Canadian investment company Onex, for up to $2.55 billion.
The companies also agreed to conclude their patent litigation, which involved imaging technologies, Kodak said.
You should expect to hear more calls for greater regulation of hedge funds, and watch out for another wave of big buyouts by private equity groups in the coming year.
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