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Topic - Kodak Gallery
The Kodak Gallery offers online photo sharing, Kodak prints and photo gifts from consumer digital photos. Its features allow you to view pictures on your mobile phone. The service was originally called Ofoto, and was acquired by Kodak in 2001 and renamed Kodak EasyShare Gallery in 2005. It is currently referred to simply as "Kodak Gallery". Kodak Gallery serves over 60 million users and billions of images as of 2008. - Source: Wikipedia
Kodak has found a buyer for its imaging patent portfolios, an important step for the company as it tries to emerge from bankruptcy protection in the first half of 2013.
Kodak said Friday that it plans to stop selling consumer inkjet printers and will eliminate 200 more jobs than previously projected as it requested more time to submit its framework for emerging from bankruptcy protection.
Kodak will close its online photo service on July 2 after a federal bankruptcy judge approved selling the business to Shutterfly for $23.8 million.
Shutterfly's stock climbed after the online photo publishing company emerged as the sole and thus the likely winning bidder for Eastman Kodak's online photo services business.
THE NEWS: Shutterfly's stock climbed after the online photo publishing company emerged as the sole and thus the likely winning bidder for Eastman Kodak's online photo services business.
Eastman Kodak Co. said Thursday it plans to sell its online photo service business to online photo publishing company Shutterfly Inc. for $23.8 million.