Kodak Struggles to Secure Financing

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  • Swedish car-maker Saab filed for bankruptcy after the company's former owner, General Motors (NYSE: GM  ) , voted against plans for financing from a Chinese investor.
  • Eastman Kodak (NYSE: EK  ) is struggling to secure financing that the company needs in order to avoid potential bankruptcy. A group of hedge funds have reportedly cut the amount they're willing to provide, calling into question whether Kodak will be able to raise enough cash to avoid bankruptcy.
  • NATO is accepting bids from leading defense contractors including Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT  ) and Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC  ) to help expand NATO's cybersecurity abilities. Other potential bidders could include technology companies IBM (NYSE: IBM  ) and Cisco Systems (NYSE: CSCO  ) , although neither has confirmed the reports.

So there you have it -- the top financial stories of the day. If you're interested in getting all the news and commentary on these stocks, sign up for My Watchlist -- it's free!

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