Friday, January 20, 2012
Today's Wall Street Journal (subscription required) reports:
Here's one way of understanding Eastman Kodak Co.'s problems: The company has twice as many retirees drawing benefits in the U.S. as it has active employees world-wide.
Now, it hopes to scale back what it owes retirees during its stay in bankruptcy court. That leaves thousands of its former employees in danger of becoming the next group of Americans to see their promised retirements benefits—mainly health care—disappear.