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  • Oct 12- Eastman Kodak Co said it will begin discussions with various creditor groups on a reorganization plan to emerge from bankruptcy protection. Kodak said there is interest from various parties in its commercial imaging business and interest among several potential lenders to finance the business.

  • Oct 12- Eastman Kodak Co said it will begin discussions with various creditor groups on a reorganization plan to emerge from bankruptcy protection. Kodak said the global August employee count will be reduced by 1,500.. The case is In re: Eastman Kodak Co et al, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of New York, No. 12-10202..

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  • Eastman Kodak Co.

    As Kodak's stock continues to drop and the threat of bankruptcy looms, people are wondering what happens to the city that depended upon the benevolent employer for so long. Rochester, N.Y. is doing just fine, thanks in part to Kodak refugees who have started small businesses over the past 20 years.