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Eastman Kodak (NYS: EK) officially filed for bankruptcy protection and arranged for bankruptcy financing from Citigroup.
AutomakerGeneral Motors (NYS: GM) is revamping its Chevrolet Volt to try to meet California emissions requirements, which would grant buyers a $1,500 state rebate.
Bank of America (NYS: BAC) showed up strong in the fourth quarter, reporting a profit for the period.
Despite beating estimates for its fourth quarter, B of A faces challenges going forward as it attempts to boost capital levels and streamline the business. If you're looking for a more clear-cut investment, I invite you to learn about "The Motley Fool's Top Stock for 2012." This special report is absolutely free but only available for a limited time. Click herefor instant access to this free report.
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