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Kodak appoints new chairman

Rochester Business Journal
September 25, 2013

Eastman Kodak Co.’s board has named its new chairman, succeeding CEO Antonio Perez.
 
James Continenza has been appointed chairman, effective immediately. He has been a Kodak director since April. Perez remains a board member.

“Kodak is a company poised for growth. I look forward to providing leadership as the company realizes its potential as a technology company focused on the packaging, graphic communications, and functional printing markets,” Continenza said in a statement.

Continenza is a director at Tembec Corp. and serves on boards in the packaging, media/digital advertising, biofuels and network telecommunications industries.

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