LOS ANGELES – After going through bankruptcy last year, selling off some of its valuable patents and making large job cuts, Eastman Kodak Co. said Tuesday it is returning to a listing on the New York Stock Exchange. The company, which had been trading as an over-the-counter stock under the EKOD ticker, will re-debut on the NYSE Friday with the ticker KODK, it said. "The change in our [ticker] symbol reflects that we are a new company that is focused on business-to-business products and services, well-capitalized and firmly committed to delivering value to our shareholders and innovation to our customers," said Chief Executive Officer Antonio Perez in a statement. Current Kodak stock will no longer be quoted on over-the-counter venues, the company said.
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