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Eastman Kodak | | | | | |
|Comparative Income Statement |2004 |2003 |Difference |Change |
|Sales |13517 |12909 |608 |4.71% |
|Less COGS |9548 |8734 |814 |9.32% |
|G.P |3969 |4175 |-206 |-4.93% |
|Selling and Admin |2507 |2618 |-111 |-4.24% |
|Research & Development |854 |776 |78 |10.05% |
|Restructuring and other cost |695 |479 |216 |45.09% |
|Operating Income |-87 |302 |-389 |-128.8% |
|add other income |161 |-51 |212 |-415.69% |
|EBIT |74 |251 |-177 |-70.52% |
|less interest |168 |147 |21 |14.29% |
|EBT |-94 |104 |-198 |-190.38% |
|less taxes |-175 |-85 |-90 |105.88% |
|Earnings from continued Operation |81 |189 |-108 |-57.14% |
|adjustment for discontinue operation |475 |64 |411 |642.19% |
|Net Earnings |556 |253 |303…...

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