Kodak may now have to take just $500 million for its patents 12 Nov 12
The Kodak patent portfolio, which it had claimed could be worth up to $2.6 billion, may now be sold for as little as $500 million. According to the Wall Street Journal, the troubled company has reached a deal with bondholders that would see it exit bankruptcy; however:"To get the financing, Kodak must sell a portfolio of 1,100 digital patents for at least $500 million."
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