KETTERING — Kodak emerged last week from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection intent on grabbing a greater share of the more than 60 trillon pages printed every year.
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By the numbers:
$800 million: Cash Kodak has on leaving bankruptcy.
$100 billion: Value of commercial printing produced by Kodak customers worldwide.
40 billion: Number of pages printed on Kodak Prosper printing systems since 2011.
$2.7 billion: Kodak’s revenue in 2012.
12,000: Number of Kodak digital printing devices installed worldwide.
8,500: Number of Kodak employees worldwide.
450: Number of Kodak employees in Kettering.
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