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James V. Continenza Elected to Kodak Board of Directors

Wednesday, April 03, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

ROCHESTER, N.Y. - James V. Continenza, who has extensive executive and board experience with high-tech companies, has been elected as a member of the Board of Directors, effective immediately. Mr. Continenza also brings to the Kodak Board experience as a manager and director with diverse companies that have successfully emerged from corporate restructuring.

“Deploying innovation to advance customer success and disciplined management will be two of the hallmarks of Kodak’s future,” said Antonio M. Perez, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer. “Jim is an expert in both of these areas, and I’m confident his experience and judgment will be great assets to the Kodak Board in guiding the company to maintain its leadership in Commercial Imaging and expanding its offerings to meet customer needs in such emerging growth segments as packaging and functional printing.”

Mr. Continenza has served in senior leadership roles at a number of companies. He currently serves on the board of Tembec Corp, a publicly traded company, and theboards of the following privately held companies: Broadview Networks, Southwest Georgia Ethanol, The Berry Company, Neff Rental, Portola Packaging, Aventine Renewable Energy and Blaze Recycling. Previously, he was a director for Hawkeye Renewables, Anchor Glass Container Corp., Rath-Gibson, Inc., Rural Cellular Corp., U.S. Mobility Inc., Maxim Crane Works, Inc., Arch Wireless Inc. and Microcell Telecommunications Inc.

 

Discussion

By Henry Freedman on Apr 03, 2013

Just look at what Kodak's Board of Directors
has done the last decades. The Board failed
the company, customers, employees,shareholders and retirees. When things got difficult the last few years they ran down the lines like rats leaving a burning ship. Hope the new blood can bring some intelligence to Kodak's Board Room.

 

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