Kodak Sells $525 Million Worth Of Patents To Consortium Of Companies Including Apple and Google

Kodak has sold around $525 million worth of patents to a consortium of companies known as Intellectual Ventures and RPX Corporation.  Intellectual Ventures represents a portfolio of patents used by Apple and RPX represents a portfolio of patents for Google.  The sale of the patents will help Kodak with the bankruptcy restructuring process.  Kodak has been trying to sell the patents for a while and at one point they claimed Apple was intervening with the process.

Kodak has sold around $525 million worth of patents to a consortium of companies known as Intellectual Ventures and RPX Corporation.  Intellectual Ventures represents a portfolio of patents used by Apple and RPX represents a portfolio of patents for Google.  The sale of the patents will help Kodak with the bankruptcy restructuring process.  Kodak has been trying to sell the patents for a while and at one point they claimed Apple was intervening with the process.

Below are some articles we wrote in the past that are related to this case:

- Apple and Google Bid $500 Million On 1,100 Kodak Patents

- Kodak Laying Off 1,000 As Part Of Restructuring

- Kodak Selling Off Film Business

- Apple and Google In A Bidding War Over Kodak’s Patents

- Kodak’s Auction For 1,100 Patents Gets Approved

- Kodak Sues Apple Over Interference In Patent Sales

- Eastman Kodak Preparing To File For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

- Kodak is Selling 1,100 Digital Imaging Patents

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