Engadget post time: May 01, 2013 at 01:12PM
Now with a patent sale, new financing and asset offloads under its belt, Kodak’s homing in on when it might emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy. In January, the imaging giant predicted it might finally exit its financial default by mid-2013, and now it’s filed paperwork with a New York court indicating it’s on track to meet that goal sometime during its third quarter this year. In addition to the timeline update, the Plan of Reorganization and Disclosure Statement outlines how the firm’s debts have been settled and its future plans, which place heavy emphasis on its commercial imaging business. A hearing for the document and associated strategy is anticipated to be scheduled in mid-June, and creditors will arrange a vote afterwards to decide if everything’s to their liking. Kodak’s certainly not out of the woods just yet, but it’s plodding steadily towards the clearing.
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