There's been a lot of mocking and vilifying of Kodak's CEO Perez (and rightly so IMO). Yet now that it appears that Kodak is soon to exit bankruptcy and will secure over half a billion in new funding, would it be wrong to say that he has been a success?
For some reason, I never expected Kodak to survive bankruptcy. Everyone slammed all of Perez's moves painting him as an incompetent idiot. When and if Kodak exits bankruptcy, issues new stock (as planned) and completes its transformation from a film company into a commercial box printing company, perhaps we need to reassess him.
Seems very odd......