Rumor Report: Kodak Talks Bankruptcy With Citigroup

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At The Motley Fool, we know our readers like to be informed. Here's a quick look at today's most relevant financial news, boiled down to what you need to know. In today's video, we cover the following:

  • Eastman Kodak (NYS: EK) is reportedly in talks with Citigroup (NYS: C) on a possible bankruptcy financing arrangement.
  • Bank of America (NYS: BAC) could take drastic measures to secure additional capital if the bank's financial situation worsens.
  • Apple (NAS: AAPL) sees a near-riot in China from frustrated customers who had waited all night for a chance to buy the newly released iPhone 4S.

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