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Kodak projects up to $17M loss in sale of Kettering location


Eastman Kodak Co. expects to take a loss between $12 million and $17 million in restructuring and related charges if it completes the sale of its Kettering-based Prosper print business, the company said in a federal filing.

The company announced in March 2016 that it wanted to sell the commercial inkjet business, which accounts for more than $80 million in sales for Kodak.

About 400 people work at Kodak’s office and labs at the Miami Research Park in Kettering. See what a big part of the expensives will come from HERE.

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