Kodak shares soar after legal review OKs giving CEO stock options prior to $765M government contract

Shares of Kodak are sharply higher Wednesday after an independent legal review found that while there were flaws in how Eastman Kodak issued stock option grants to its CEO just before revealing a major development that sent its stock soaring, no illegality was involved.

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