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“Kodak has been using intellectual-property settlements to help fund its planned turnaround into a digital-imaging company, as it has struggled due to the decline of traditional film sales.”
“Kodak, which helped popularize consumer photography, has struggled to recast itself as a digital-imaging powerhouse.”
“The loss at the consumer digital-imaging segment narrowed, reflecting higher printer-ink gross profits.”
“According to the maker of computers, music players and smartphones, the digital-imaging patents that Kodak must sell under terms of its $950 million bankruptcy loan may include a patent for which Apple said it is the rightful owner.”
“Eastman Kodak Inc.'s digital-imaging technology doesn't infringe on Apple Inc.'s patents, a U.S. International Trade Commission judge ruled, marking the latest turn in the intellectual-property battle between the two companies.”
“To fund the massive investment his digital strategy required, Mr. Perez started litigating and licensing Kodak's digital-imaging patents, a strategy that brought in $1.9 billion from 2008 to 2010.”
“On Wednesday, Eastman Kodak Co., which has been battling Apple and RIM over patent infringement, said it had hired Lazard Ltd. to explore a potential sale of its digital-imaging patent portfolio.”
“Kodak had hoped to monetize intellectual property, largely through settlements based on its digital-imaging patents through 2012, when the company has said it would return to profitability.”
“Net sales in Kodak's consumer digital-imaging operations, which include its consumer digital printer and digital camera lines, declined 39% from a year earlier to $408 million.”
“Last year the company hired restructuring advisers and it is now shopping around 1,100 digital-imaging patents estimated to be worth $2bn to $3bn.”
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