Lawmakers Seek Records on Planned Kodak Loan


Democrat-led congressional committees are seeking records from Eastman Kodak Co. and the government office that announced a potential $765 million loan to the onetime photography giant, the latest sign of scrutiny on the company and its part in a U.S. plan to restore some domestic pharmaceutical manufacturing.

In a letter to Kodak Chief Executive Jim Continenza sent Tuesday, the committees highlighted concerns about Kodak’s “lack of pharmaceutical experience” and stock options grants made to executives and board members including…

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