It's highly unlikely it's an end for Kodak's products many of us use or have used in the past.

It's the parent corporate company that's in trouble due 100% to poor management and even poorer leadership, when they needeed to be innovative and forward thinking they cut their research budget drastically closing entire facilities. This was at a time the company still had huge cash resevrves and assets.

The US movie film industry is dependant on Kodak, also film companies are seen as important strategic resources by governments. This is why Agfa still make film and also Ferrania.

So is this the end of Kodak or rather the probable liberation of the coating division from the greedy directors who've milked the company over the past few years under Peres leadership.