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  • Hoover's Online Report BuilderEastman Kodak Company (NYSE: EK)

    Copyright 2004, Hoover's, Inc.

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  • Table of ContentsThe Basics...............................................................................................................................................................................1

    Key Numbers.............................................................................................................................................................1Financial Overview....................................................................................................................................................1Officers & Employees................................................................................................................................................1Board Members..........................................................................................................................................................6Industry Information..................................................................................................................................................7SIC Codes...................................................................................................................................................................7NAICS Codes.............................................................................................................................................................7Top Competitors.........................................................................................................................................................8All Competitors..........................................................................................................................................................8Rankings.....................................................................................................................................................................8Subsidiaries/Affiliates Covered By Hoover's Online.................................................................................................8

    Biographies..........................................................................................................................................................................10 Daniel A. Carp, Age 55...........................................................................................................................................10 Jude Rake, Age 45...................................................................................................................................................10 Robert H. Brust, Age 59..........................................................................................................................................11 Michael P. Morley...................................................................................................................................................11 James C. Stoffel, Age 57.........................................................................................................................................12 Henri D. Petit..........................................................................................................................................................13 Candy M. Obourn, Age 53......................................................................................................................................13 Carl E. Gustin Jr., Age 51.......................................................................................................................................14 Carl A. Marchetto....................................................................................................................................................15 James Langley, Age 53...........................................................................................................................................15 Bernard Masson......................................................................................................................................................16 Daniel I. Kerpelman, Age 44..................................................................................................................................16 Eric G. Rodli, Age 47..............................................................................................................................................17 Gary P. Van Graafeiland, Age 56...........................................................................................................................17 Karen A. SmithPilkington, Age 46.......................................................................................................................17 Charles S. Brown Jr., Age 52..................................................................................................................................18 Nachum (Homi) Shamir, Age 49............................................................................................................................19 Kim E. VanGelder, Age 39.....................................................................................................................................19 Larry Morgan..........................................................................................................................................................19 Atul Minocha..........................................................................................................................................................20 Joyce P. Haag, Age 53............................................................................................................................................20 Matthias Freund, Age 54.........................................................................................................................................21 Mark V. Gulling, Age 51........................................................................................................................................21 Mark A. Schneider..................................................................................................................................................22 Sharon J. Crino........................................................................................................................................................23 Alain Popelard, Age 62...........................................................................................................................................23 Jack C. Chang..........................................................................................................................................................24 Essie L. Calhoun.....................................................................................................................................................24 Richard S. Morabito................................................................................................................................................25 Stevan G. Ramirez..................................................................................................................................................25 Claude H. (Bud) Denker III....................................................................................................................................25 Michael P. Benard...................................................................................................................................................26 Sharon L. Delman...................................................................................................................................................27 Michael A. Martino.................................................................................................................................................27 Barry S. Brenner......................................................................................................................................................28

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  • Table of ContentsBiographies

    Aaron J. McLeod.....................................................................................................................................................28 Robert P. Rozek......................................................................................................................................................29 Paul A. Walrath.......................................................................................................................................................29 David E. Wilson......................................................................................................................................................29 R. Hays Bell............................................................................................................................................................30

    Overview..............................................................................................................................................................................32

    History..................................................................................................................................................................................33

    Products/Operations...........................................................................................................................................................35

    Other Resources Available On Hoover's Online..............................................................................................................36Other Resources.......................................................................................................................................................36Related Products From Our Trusted Partners..........................................................................................................36

    Annual Financials................................................................................................................................................................37

    Quarterly Financials...........................................................................................................................................................39

    Historical Financials & Employees....................................................................................................................................42

    Market Data.........................................................................................................................................................................44

    Comparison Data.................................................................................................................................................................45

    Competitive Landscape.......................................................................................................................................................47

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  • The Basics

    343 State St.Rochester, NY 14650 (Map)http://www.kodak.com

    Phone: 5857244000Fax: 5857241089

    When Kodak made the Brownies, folks began to smile. The inventor of the worldfamous Brownie camera (1900), Kodakremains the world's #1 maker of photographic film (ahead of Fuji Photo Film); yet it has launched an historic,billiondollar remake of its business. The company is focusing less on sales of traditional photographic film, whichrepresents 70% of the company's revenues, and is investing heavily in digital cameras and imaging technology. Thecompany also has longterm plans to sell ink jet printers and flatpanel displays. Part of Kodak's shift to a digitaltechnology business includes a 20% reduction in its work force (about 14,000 people) over the next three years.

    Key Numbers

    Company Type Public (NYSE: EK)

    Fiscal YearEnd December

    2003 Sales (mil.) $13,317.0

    1Year Sales Growth 3.8%

    2003 Net Income (mil.) $265.0

    1Year Net Income Growth (65.6%)

    2002 Employees 70,000

    1Year Employee Growth (6.8%)

    Auditor PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

    Financial Overview

    Last Close 10Mar2004 $26.10

    52Week High $32.46

    52Week Low $20.39

    Basic EPS $0.83

    Price/Earnings Ratio 31.45

    Current Ratio 0.94

    R&D Expenditures (mil.)

    Ad Expenditures (mil.)

    % Owned by Institutions 80.70%

    Officers & Employees

    Title Name Age Salary Bonus

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  • Chairman, President, and CEO Daniel A. Carp 55 $1,030,769 $2,327,325

    President and COO Antonio M. Perez

    COO, Kodak Consumer ImagingU.S. & Canada Region

    Jude Rake 45

    EVP and CFO Robert H. Brust 59 $635,828 $669,240

    EVP and Chief AdministrativeOfficer

    Michael P. Morley $491,154 $514,800

    EVP, Ofoto James Joaquin

    SVP, CTO, and Director,Research & Development

    James C. Stoffel 57

    SVP; Chairman and President,Greater Asia Region, andDirector, International RegionalOperations

    Henri D. Petit

    SVP and COO, Health Imaging Candy M. Obourn 53

    SVP and Chief MarketingOfficer

    Carl E. Gustin Jr. 51

    SVP and President, CommericalImaging Group

    Carl A. Marchetto

    SVP and President, CommercialPrinting

    James Langley 53

    SVP and President, Digital andFilm Imaging Systems (D&FIS)

    Bernard Masson

    SVP and President, HealthImaging

    Daniel I. Kerpelman 44

    SVP and President,Entertainment Imaging

    Eric G. Rodli 47

    SVP and General Counsel Gary P. Van Graafeiland 56

    SVP and Vice Chairman, GreaterAsia

    Karen A. SmithPilkington 46

    SVP and Director of GlobalManufacturing and Logistics

    Charles S. Brown Jr. 52

    VP; President, KodakVersamark

    Nachum (Homi) Shamir 49

    VP and CIO Kim E. VanGelder 39

    VP, Consumer Imaging andDirector, Worldwide Marketing

    Larry Morgan

    VP Health Imaging Group; ChiefMarketing Officer

    Atul Minocha

    VP Legal and Assistant GeneralCounsel

    Joyce P. Haag 53

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  • VP and Acting President,Consumer and ProfessionalImaging Products and Services(Retiring March 1, 2004)

    Matthias Freund 54

    VP and Director, Global SharedServices

    Mark V. Gulling 51

    VP and CTO, Consumer Imaging Mark A. Schneider

    VP and Area Business GeneralManager, Health ImagingEurope, Pacific, Middle East,Africa, and Russia

    Sharon J. Crino

    VP and Associate Director,Global Manufacturing andLogistics (Retiring March 31, 2004)

    Alain Popelard 62

    VP and Associate Director ofResearch & Development

    Jack C. Chang

    VP, Chief Diversity Officer, andDirector, Community Affairs

    Essie L. Calhoun

    VP and Chief Purchasing Officer Richard S. Morabito

    VP and Chief Quality Officer Stevan G. Ramirez

    VP and Director, Brand andMarket Development

    Claude H. (Bud) Denker III

    VP and Director,Communications & PublicAffairs

    Michael P. Benard

    VP and Director CorporateBranding and CMO Kodak.com

    Sharon L. Delman

    VP and Director, CorporateStrategic and Financial Planning

    Michael A. Martino

    VP and Director, CorporateStrategic Planning

    Barry S. Brenner

    VP and General Manager,D&FIS Worldwide ProfessionalCustomer Relationships

    Aaron J. McLeod

    VP and Director, Finance,European, African, and MiddleEast

    Robert P. Rozek

    VP; Director, Global Paper andImaging Chemicals Flow;Divisional VP, GlobalManufacturing and Logistics

    Paul A. Walrath

    VP and Director, GlobalLogistics

    David E. Wilson

    R. Hays Bell

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  • VP and Director, Health, Safety& Environment

    VP and Director, HumanResources

    Robert L. Berman 45

    VP and Director, Inkjet SystemsProgram

    William J. Lloyd 63

    VP and Director, Public Affairs Stephen J. Ciccone 42

    VP and Director of WorldwideColor Film Manufacturing &Global Manufacturing andLogistics

    Daniel T. Meek

    VP and General Manager,D&FIS Worldwide Digital Sales

    Michael A. Korizno 47

    VP and General ManagerCapture and Traditional MediaConsumer Imaging

    Mary Jane Hellyar

    VP and General Manager andChief Strategy Officer, Softwareand Digital Services Business,Digital & Applied Imaging

    Philip Gerskovich

    VP and General Manager, DigitalCameras, Accesssories, andHome Printing Solutions

    Gregory R. Westbrook

    VP and General Manager GlobalIntegrated Supply Chain

    John J. Chiazza

    VP and General Manager, GlobalOperations, Commercial ImagingGroup

    Philip V. Tatusko

    VP and General Manager, GlobalSites, Global Manufacturing andLogistics

    Mary Burkhardt

    VP and General Manager HealthImaging Americas

    Richard F. Cimino

    VP and General Manager,kodak.com

    Robert L. (Bob) LaPerle

    VP and General Manager, LatinAmerican Region, ConsumerImaging

    Jamie Cohen 39

    VP and General Manager,Wholesale and Online Services

    Brad W. Kruchten

    VP and Manager KodakRochester Operations and SiteServices

    Charles C. Barrentine

    VP and Managing Director, David G. Monderer

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  • Corporate Business Development

    VP and President, Commercial &Government Systems

    James Manchisi

    VP and President, Kodak Japan,Ltd., and General ManagerJapan Region

    Yoshikazu Hori

    VP and Regional BusinessGeneral Manager, ConsumerImaging, Greater Asia Region

    John Tseng

    VP and General Manager,D&FIS Worldwide Consumer &Professional Sales

    Gerald P. (Jerry) Quindlen 44

    VP and Vice Chairman, GreaterChina

    Ying Yeh

    CTO and VP, Health ImagingGroup

    Michael W. Jackman

    Chairman, Eastman Kodak S.A.,VP, European, African, andMiddle Eastern Region(EAMER), and RegionalOperations Manager

    Etienne Bourgeois 56

    CEO, Encad Barry R. Lathan

    President, Display andComponents

    Willy C. Shih

    President, Kodak Canada Michael P. Ducey

    President and General Manager,Kodak Display

    Leslie G. Polgar

    President, Ofoto Inc. Lisa Gansky 45

    VP, Health Imaging Group Connie Meza

    VP, Health Imaging and RegionalBusiness General Manager, USand Canada

    Roger L. (Vern) Davenport 45

    VP, Latin American Region andRegional Operations Manager

    Jorge PerezCordova 54

    Treasurer William G. Love

    Controller Richard G. Brown Jr. 55

    Director, D&FIS BusinessStrategy and Marketing Services

    Pierre Schaeffer 40

    Director, D&FIS HumanResources

    JeanLuc Duchemin 48

    Director, D&FIS Finance Michael Pomeroy 45

    Director, Global Capture Flow, Ted McNeff

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  • and Divisional VP

    Director, MulticulturalMarketing, Corporate MarketingOffice

    Aubyn Thomas

    Director, Worldwide Operations,Consumer Imaging Service andSupport, Retail Business Segment

    Rick Gary

    Director, Worldwide OriginalEquipment ManufacturersBusiness; VP, Health ImagingGroup

    Jonathan J. Tweed

    Regional Business GeneralManager, Kodak Professional;Regional Operations Manager,EAMER

    Claudio D'Amico 46

    General Manager, ConsumerOutput

    Kent McNeley 46

    General Manager, D&FISOperations

    Mark Rajkowski 45

    General Manager, HomePrinting

    Richard Stearns 55

    General Manager, ProfessionalOutput

    John Blake 37

    General Manager, WorldwideDigital Camera and SystemDevelopment

    Yusuke Kojima 58

    General Manager, The AmericasRegion & VP, KodakProfessional Division

    Diane F. McCue

    Manager, Communications andPublic Relations, GlobalDiversity Office

    David Kassnoff

    Chief Privacy Officer Dale E. Skivington

    Assistant to the Chairman, CEO,and President

    Diane Wilfong

    Chief Governance Officer Laurence L. Hickey 49

    Board Members

    Title Name Age

    Chairman, President, and CEO Daniel A. Carp 55

    Director Richard S. Braddock 61

    Director William W. (Bill) Bradley 61

    Director Martha Layne Collins 67

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  • Director Timothy M. (Tim) Donahue 54

    Director William H. Hernandez 55

    Director Durk I. Jager 59

    Director Debra L. Lee 49

    Director Delano E. Lewis 64

    Director Paul O'Neill 67

    Director Hector de J. Ruiz 58

    Director Laura D Andrea Tyson 55

    Industry Information

    Consumer Products ManufacturersPhotographic &Optical Equipment/Supplies Manufacturers (primary)

    Health CareHealth Care Products

    Medical Equipment & Supplies

    Computer HardwareComputer Peripherals

    Printing & Imaging Equipment

    RetailOffice Products Retail & Distribution

    SIC Codes

    3423 Hand and edge tools, nec

    3429 Hardware, nec

    3484 Small arms

    3577 Computer peripheral equipment, nec

    3579 Office machines, nec

    3823 Process control instruments

    3826 Analytical instruments

    3827 Optical instruments and lenses

    3841 Surgical and medical instruments

    3861 Photographic equipment and supplies

    5044 Office equipment

    5047 Medical and hospital equipment

    NAICS Codes

    325992 Photographic Film, Paper, Plate, and Chemical Manufacturing

    333293 Printing Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing

    333314 Optical Instrument and Lens Manufacturing

    333315 Photographic and Photocopying Equipment Manufacturing

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  • 33411 Computer and Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing

    334119 Other Computer Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing

    339112 Surgical and Medical Instrument Manufacturing

    339113 Surgical Appliance and Supplies Manufacturing

    423410 Photographic Equipment and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers

    424120 Stationery and Office Supplies Merchant Wholesalers

    Top Competitors

    Canon Fuji Photo Sony

    All Competitors

    3M Agfa Canon CASIO COMPUTER China Lucky Film Duracell Fuji Photo HewlettPackard Jazz Photo Konica Minolta Leica Camera Matsushita Nikon Olympus Pentax Philips Electronics Photo Control PhotoWorks Polaroid Ricoh Sharp Sony Xerox

    Rankings

    #150 in FORTUNE 500 S&P 500 Dow Jones Industrials

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  • Biographies

    Daniel A. Carp, Age 55

    Chairman, President, and CEO, $1,030,769 salary, $2,327,325 bonus

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    Company Title Salary Bonus

    Texas Instruments Incorporated DirectorBiography

    Mr. Carp is Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, and President of Eastman Kodak Company. He became Chairman onDecember 8, 2000. He was elected CEO effective January 1, 2000. He was President from January 1, 1997 until April2001 and was reelected President in January 2002. Mr. Carp served as Executive Vice President and Assistant ChiefOperating Officer from November 1995 to January 1997. Mr. Carp began his career with Kodak in 1970 and has held anumber of increasingly responsible positions in market research, business planning, marketing management and line ofbusiness management. In 1986, Mr. Carp was named Assistant General Manager of the Latin American Region and inSeptember 1988, he was elected a Vice President and named General Manager of that region. In 1991, he was namedGeneral Manager of the European Marketing Companies and, later that same year, General Manager, European, Africanand Middle Eastern Region. He holds a BBA degree in quantitative methods from Ohio University, an MBA degree fromRochester Institute of Technology and an MS degree in management from the Sloan School of Management,Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Mr. Carp is a director of Texas Instruments Inc.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    Jude Rake, Age 45

    COO, Kodak Consumer Imaging U.S. & Canada Region

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    Company Title Salary Bonus

    Fellowes, Inc. EVP and Chief Marketing OfficerBiography

    Jude Rake is Chief Operating Officer for the U.S. and Canada Region of Kodak's Consumer Imaging business. Hisresponsibilities include business strategy and execution, marketing, market research, public relations, photofinishingoperations, and new products and services for Consumer Imaging's capture, output, and digital services businesses. Thisincludes a vast array of products and services such as Kodak Max and Advantix premium films, Kodak One Time Use andAdvantix Cameras, Kodak Picture Processing, Kodak Picture Maker and Picture CD, and Kodak Picture Center Online,which is cobranded with retailers. Jude has an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering from Purdue University, andan MBA with concentrations in Marketing and Finance from the University of Chicago. Prior to joining Kodak inSeptember, 2000, Jude worked at SC Johnson Wax for eight years. His last position there was Vice President and GeneralManager of their Home Cleaning business, SCJ's largest division. While at SCJ he drove significant top and bottom linegrowth on the businesses he led, and he championed development and commercialization of several expansiveinnovations, including Windex Outdoor, Pledge GrabIts and Off! Candles. Jude was also named to Advertising Age's

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  • Top 100 Marketers list in both 1994 and 1998 for his leadership of breakthrough advertising. Prior to SCJ, Jude wasManager of Marketing and Business Development at PepsiCola International where he led global expansion of a newinnovative package, and development of Pepsi's first international advertising campaign. During his time at Pepsi heworked in twentyeight different countries. Before Pepsi he was Brand Manager at The Clorox Company where heworked on Clorox Bleach and Formula 409. The advertising work he led on Clorox won two Mobius awards in 1988. Inbetween undergraduate and graduate school, he was a Structural Engineer designing and building Nuclear Power Plantsfor Bechtel. Jude and his wife Kathy have been married since 1981, and they have two daughters Jennifer and Megan. Hehas been very active in the community for the past 25 years coaching youth basketball and soccer. He enjoys sports,outdoor adventures, gardening and of course photography.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    Robert H. Brust, Age 59

    EVP and CFO, $635,828 salary, $669,240 bonus

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    Company Title Salary Bonus

    Delphi Corporation DirectorBiography

    Mr. Brust was named Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of Eastman Kodak Company, effectiveJanuary 3, 2000. He reports to Daniel A. Carp, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, President and Chief OperatingOfficer. Prior to joining Kodak, Mr. Brust was Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Unisys Corporation, aglobal information services and technology company with $8 billion in revenues, located in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania. Hejoined Unisys in 1997, where he directed the company's financial organization, including treasury, control, tax,information systems, mergers and acquisitions, strategy, procurement, and investor relations. He is largely credited forstrengthening Unisys' balance sheet and achieving a significant upgrade in the company's credit ratings. Mr. Brust went toUnisys following a distinguished 31year career at General Electric, where he last ran the finance operations of thatcompany's plastics division as it grew from $900 million in revenues to about $8 billion. He joined General Electric in1965, working in a variety of financial and financial management positions in businesses as diverse as motors, capacitors,steam turbines and generators, and engineering services. He joined the plastics division in 1983, directing the financialoperation of that business through its dramatic period of growth. Mr. Brust is a graduate of Penn State University with aBS degree in accounting. He is a member of the board of directors of Delphi Corporation and Rochester BusinessAlliance, Inc. He is also a member of The Conference Board Council of Financial Executives.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    Michael P. Morley

    EVP and Chief Administrative Officer, $491,154 salary, $514,800 bonus

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    Company Title Salary Bonus

    Charter One Financial, Inc. Director

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  • Biography

    Mr. Morley began his Kodak career in 1964, in the Film Testing Division at Kodak Park. From 1970 through 1981, heheld a variety of human resource assignments at Kodak Park Division culminating with the position of director ofPersonnel Relations. Transferred to Kodak Colorado Division in 1982, he served as director of Industrial Relations. Mr.Morley returned to Rochester in 1985, as director of Industrial Relations for the Kodak Research Laboratory and thefollowing year was named director of Industrial Relations for Kodak Apparatus Division. In 1986, Mr. Morley wasawarded a Sloan Fellowship for study at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 1987, after earning an MS inmanagement from MIT, he returned to Kodak as regional business manager, U.S. and Canadian regions, ProfessionalPhotography Division. Mr. Morley also received a BS degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology. In 1990, Mr.Morley was named director, Corporate Human Resource Strategic Planning. In 1991, he became general manager ofConsumer Services Division of the Photographic Products Group. Mr. Morley was elected a vice president of thecompany in May 1991. Later in the year, he was named general manager of the Imaging Resources Group. In January1992, Mr. Morley became general manager of U.S. and Canada, Consumer Imaging Division. Mr. Morley was appointeddirector, Human Resources, effective February 1, 1994, and elected a senior vice president of the company February 11,1994. On October 23, 2000, he was appointed Chief Administrative Officer and elected an Executive Vice President ofthe company. He is a member of the board of directors for Charter One Bank F.S.B; and Chairman of the Board, NACME(National Action Council for Minorities In Engineering, Inc.); member of the board of directors for IMC (IndustrialManagement Council); member of the board of governors for the Al Sigl Center and MIT Sloan School; and a member ofthe board of trustees for Rochester Institute of Technology, and Chairman, Personnel Roundtable.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    James C. Stoffel, Age 57

    SVP, CTO, and Director, Research & Development

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    Company Title Salary Bonus

    Harris Corporation DirectorBiography

    Dr. Stoffel joined Kodak in 1997, in the newly created position of vice president and director, Electronic ImagingProducts Research & Development. He was promoted to director of R&D in 1998. He had previously been with XeroxCorporation. Jim began his career at Xerox and held various positions of increasing responsibility in research, productdevelopment, manufacturing, and marketing. In 1989, he was named vice president & chief engineer; and subsequently,vice president, imaging systems development; and vice president and general manager of the Advance Imaging businessunit for Xerox. Stoffel was elected a corporate officer and vice president of Kodak in 1998. In 1999, he was promoted toDirector of Research and Development and vice president, responsible for research and development for all Kodaklaboratories worldwide. In 2000, he was appointed Chief Technical Officer and elected a senior vice president. He alsohas responsibility for Kodak Ventures (venture capital and new business incubation) and the new Kodak Display BusinessUnit. Stoffel received a BSEE Magna Cum Laude degree from the University of Notre Dame. As a NDEA Fellow atSyracuse University, he received his MSEE degree in 1970 and his Ph.D. in 1972. He is the author/editor of "Binary andGraphical Image Processing", a reference book for graduate students. He holds over 25 U.S. patents and numerousinternational patents. Stoffel currently is on the board of directors of NexPress Solutions LLC and Phogenix Imaging. Heis also a member of the advisory board at Stanford University Electrical Engineering Department, and the Research Boardat the University of Notre Dame. He also serves on the Executive Committee and Board of the Information TechnologiesIndustries Association, Washington, D.C.

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    Henri D. Petit

    SVP; Chairman and President, Greater Asia Region, and Director, International Regional Operations

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    Company Title Salary Bonus

    Chesapeake Corporation DirectorRecent Work Highlights

    Eastman Kodak Company2003 2003, VP and Chairman & President, Greater Asia Region

    Biography

    Following three years with a French subnuclear physics research lab, Henri Petit began his Kodak career in 1975 asassistant to the manager of the Purchasing Division, KodakPath (France). In 1980, he became assistant to the managerof KodakPath's Photofinishing Laboratory in Sevran. In the following year, Petit was named manager of thePhotofinishing Laboratory. After taking part in an internship program and training in marketing and management inRochester, New York, he became business unit manager, Business Information Systems and Corporate Accounts,KodakPath in 1985. In 1987, he was named business unit manager of the Photofinishing Systems Division, responsiblefor marketing of photographic papers, chemicals and equipment to photofinishing labs. In 1989, Petit was appointedgeneral manager and vice president, Motion Picture and Television Imaging, Europe, Africa and Middle East Regionlocated in London. In December 1992, he was appointed corporate vice president and worldwide general manager ofMotion Picture and Television Imaging and relocated to the U.S. In November 1995, Petit was named general manager ofEuropean, African and Middle Eastern Region. In September 1997, he was appointed Chief Operating Officer ofConsumer Imaging. Effective February 2001, he was named to his current position based in Shanghai, China. A native ofBadenBaden, Germany, Henri Petit holds a masters degree in engineering from the cole Superieure de Physique etChimie de Paris, a postgraduate degree in nuclear physics, and a Ph.D. in corpuscular electronics from the University ofParis XI, France. He attended the Advanced Management Program, I.N.S.E.A.D., Fontainbleau, France.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    Candy M. Obourn, Age 53

    SVP and COO, Health Imaging

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    Company Title Salary Bonus

    Parker Hannifin Corporation DirectorBiography

    Candy M. Obourn began her career at Kodak as a systems analyst in 1974. She later held management assignments inManagement Information Systems, Corporate Planning, Business Imaging Systems and Document Imaging divisions. In1990, as general manager of Data Processing Products, Business Imaging Systems, she was responsible for profit and loss

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  • of Kodak's Data Processing Products business. This included computer output microfilm equipment, service and supplies,as well as complementary optical, printer and CD products. In 1991 she served as assistant to the chairman, EastmanKodak Company. In December 1991, Mrs. Obourn was elected a vice president and named director, Information Systemsand Business Processes. She was elected chief information officer and was responsible for both Information Systems andthe Reengineering of Kodak's Business Processes. In October 1993, she was elected vice president and general manager,Business Imaging Systems, becoming President of the division in October 1995. In this position, she was responsible forprofit and loss of Kodak's Business Imaging Systems unit, which provides Document Management Systems, supplies andservice. In April 1998, she was given additional responsibility for the Office Imaging division that manufactures copiersand supplies. The combined divisions were renamed Document Imaging. The copier business was sold to HeidelbergerDruckmaschinen AG in 1999. In October 1999, she was elected a corporate senior vice president effective January 2000.In January 2002, she was named Chief Operating Officer of Kodak's Health Imaging division, responsible for profit andloss for their $2.3B products and services business with a direct staff of 4,700. Mrs. Obourn received her BA inmathematics from Boston University, where she graduated with honors. She is a member of the board of directors ofParker Hannifin Corporation. She was on the board of directors of Cognos Inc. from 19992002. She served on the boardof directors at Stratus Computer, Inc. from 1993 until sold in 1998.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    Carl E. Gustin Jr., Age 51

    SVP and Chief Marketing Officer

    Biography

    Carl Gustin joined Kodak as vice president and general manager of the Digital and Applied Imaging Division in August1994. In October 1995, he was appointed to his present position as chief marketing officer and senior vice president,Eastman Kodak Company, in addition to his role as acting president and general manager of Digital and Applied Imaging,which he did through 1996. As chief marketing officer, Gustin has been breaking new ground in the areas of advertisingand marketing in an effort to fuel new market growth while further enhancing and broadening the reach of the brand. Hisareas of responsibility include: corporatewide general marketing, internet marketing, developer relations, presencemarketing, corporate branding, new business incubation, multicultural marketing, business research as well as providingleadership and direction for the marketing functions across the company. Gustin is currently a member of Kodak's SeniorExecutive Council; Chairman of the Corporate Brand Management Council; and Chairman, eBusiness ManagementCouncil. In 2000, he led the development and launch of Kodak's new Infoimaging campaign that, along with key industrypartners, has been recategorizing the imaging sector as a $385 billion category involving hundreds of new and establishedimaging companies. These companies are providing a wide array of traditional and digital imaging products and servicesspanning devices, infrastructure and services/media. Most recently, his office has managed the new worldwide,multibusiness unit brand and marketing effort, "Share Moments/Share Life," drawing on Kodak's long legacy ofcustomer emotional involvement across all product lines and services. During Gustin's tenure, Kodak was inducted intothe American Marketing Association's Marketing Hall of Fame in 1997. In 1997, Kodak was also awarded AMA's GOLDEFFIE for the Tall Tales Corporate Branding Campaign, and an OBIE award for the unique bus advertising at the '96Atlanta Olympic Games, as well as numerous awards for our internet site. In addition, Bill Delaney, Delaney Report, whonamed him "Corporate Marketing Executive of the Year" for 1996, recognized Gustin for his leadership in corporatemarketing. Gustin was also named one of Ad Age's Top 50 marketers in 1996. Prior to Kodak, Gustin was with DigitalEquipment Corporation (DEC) in 1994. He joined DEC as the PCBU's worldwide vice president of Product and MarketStrategy and was then promoted to DEC's Computer Systems Division, where he was responsible for product andmarketing strategy as well as all communications activities (advertising, PR, research, collateral support, industrial design,direct marketing, etc.). Prior to joining DEC, he was vice president of Worldwide Communications and MarketingSupport for Apple Computer. Most notably, he was responsible for Apple's highly acclaimed advertising campaignsincluding: PowerBook, Hard Way/Easy Way desktop and Does More/Costs Less full product line campaigns. In addition,prior to heading up communications for Apple, he was executive aide to John Sculley, Chairman & CEO, Apple

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  • Computer. Prior to working with John Sculley, Gustin was the director of sales, Southern Operations, for reselleroperations. When he first joined Apple in 1988, he was the business development executive for the Southeast Region.Before joining Apple, he spent the years of 1974 through 1988 as senior vice president and director of marketing servicesfor two different Young & Rubicam affiliates, president and general manager of Doyle Dane Bernbach's Midwesternoperations, and senior vice president/partner in a smaller regional agency. Before his advertising career, Gustin was aresearch chemist for the Fairfield Engineering Co.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    Carl A. Marchetto

    SVP and President, Commerical Imaging Group

    Biography

    Mr. Marchetto began his career at Kodak in 1996 as director of Image Acquisition Systems and vice presidentCommercial & Government Systems. He was named president, Commercial & Government Systems in April 1998. Hewas elected a corporate vice president of the company in June 1998 and a senior vice president in February 2001. OnNovember 14, 2001 he was appointed president, Commercial Imaging Group. Prior to joining Kodak from 1977 to 1979,Marchetto was employed at Farrell Company, located in Ansonia, Connecticut. From 1979 to 1990, he was employedwith Jet Propulsion Laboratory, located in Pasadena, California and from 1990 to 1996, he was employed with LockheedMartin CorporationAstro Space Division, located in Princeton, New Jersey. Marchetto is a member of the board ofdirectors of NexPress Solutions L.L.C.; Kodak Polychrome Graphics; and St. Joseph's Villa; and on the board ofgovernors of the National Space Club. He has a BS degree in engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology and anMS in mechanical engineering from California State University. He also participated in the engineering managementprogram at the California Institute of Technology. His achievements include five NASA awards and five NASAtechnology grants. Born in Summit, New Jersey, Marchetto resides in Victor, New York, with his wife and two children.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    James Langley, Age 53

    SVP and President, Commercial Printing

    Recent Work Highlights

    Eastman Kodak CompanyTitle held until 2003: President, Commercial Printing

    Biography

    Langley joined Kodak in 2003 as President, Commercial Printing, a business that includes Kodak's Encad subsidiary andits NexPress and Kodak Polychrome Graphics joint ventures. The Commercial Printing business also includes an initiativeto enter the digital asset management market and publishing services, which involves managing the distribution andoutput of digital assets, such as images. He reports to President and Chief Operating Officer Antonio M. Perez. Langleyjoined Kodak after a 30year career at HewlettPackard Company. Most recently, he was vice president of CommercialPrinting at HP from March 2000 to August 2002. Prior to that assignment, he served for three years as vice president ofInkjet Worldwide Office, responsible for expanding the presence of HP's inkjet products in new, higherend markets.This included allinone office printing devices, large format printing, photofinishing and commercial printing. From

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  • August 1993 to June 1997, Langley served as the general manager of HP's Vancouver Printer Division. As generalmanager, he led the development of highperformance inkjet technology and products for retail and commercial channels.Langley joined HP in 1972, working in a variety of technical and management positions involving laser printers. A nativeof Berkeley, California, Langley holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University ofCaliforniaBerkeley and a Masters of Science degree in both Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science fromStanford University. He also completed the Executive MBA program at the University of Michigan.

    Source: Company Press Release, September 25, 2003

    Bernard Masson

    SVP and President, Digital and Film Imaging Systems (D&FIS)

    Recent Work Highlights

    Eastman Kodak Company2003 2003, SVP and President, Display Group

    Biography

    Bernard Masson is president of the company's Display Group, a position he assumed in December 2002. He joined Kodakin May 2002, as a consultant to the company's Photography Group, with an emphasis on output or the delivery ofhardcopy images and photographs. He remains a strategic advisor to the Photography Group on output and other segmentsof the group's business. On December 13, 2002 he was elected senior vice president of the company. Prior to Kodak,Masson was an executive vice president at Lexmark International Inc. and president of the company's Consumer PrinterDivision between 1997 and 2001. He joined Lexmark in 1995. From 1992 until 1995, Masson was vice president andgeneral manager of DH Print, a subsidiary of DH Technology, based in San Diego. The company designs, manufacturesand markets specialty printers worldwide. During his 28year career, Masson also has worked for the Calcomp subsidiaryof Lockheed Martin Corp. and the Memorex subsidiary of Burroughs Corp. A native of Paris, Masson graduated with anMS in electronics and mechanics from Ecole Nationale Superieure d'Electronique et d'Electromecanique de Caen, inFrance. He also attended the Stanford Executive Institute and the UCLA Executive Institute. Masson and his wife Janylive in Rochester, NY.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    Daniel I. Kerpelman, Age 44

    SVP and President, Health Imaging

    Biography

    Dan Kerpelman joined Kodak in June 2002, as president of Health Imaging. In this capacity, he is responsible fordeveloping strategies for pursuing growth opportunities created by the convergence of imaging and informationtechnologies. He also manages the daytoday operations of Kodak's second largest business. Kerpelman brings to Kodaknearly 15 years of broad management experience in the diagnostic imaging industry, including his most recent position asGeneral Manager of the Global Diagnostic XRay Division of GE Medical Systems, a unit of General Electric Co. In his17year career at GE, Kerpelman spent most of his time with the company's Medical Systems unit, in which he served asGeneral Manager for Global Quality; General Manager of Global Service Operations; Region Services Manager; Managerof Logistics; and Manager of Safety & Regulatory Engineering. During his time in Global Quality, he led GE Medical

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  • Systems' Six Sigma quality initiative. He joined GE in 1985 as a software engineer in the company's Research &Development unit. Prior to GE, Kerpelman worked as a software engineer at HewlettPackard Co. Fluent in English,Italian and French, Kerpelman holds a BS in Computer Science from the University of Maryland, an MS in ComputerEngineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a MBA from Northwestern University.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    Eric G. Rodli, Age 47

    SVP and President, Entertainment Imaging

    Biography

    Eric G. Rodli was appointed president, Entertainment Imaging, and senior vice president, Eastman Kodak Company inSeptember 2001. His responsibilities include defining growth objectives and implementing business strategies to expandthe company's role as the world's leading supplier of motion imaging solutions, including film, hybrid, and digital mediaproducts and services. Since January 2000, Rodli has served as Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of theEntertainment Imaging division. Prior to joining Kodak, Rodli was president of Bexel, the largest broadcast video andaudio equipment rental service in the U.S. In his twentyyear career, Rodli has had a broad range of senior managementpositions. He began his career at the Boston Consulting Group; served as president of Iwerks Entertainment; and later wasa partner at the Price Waterhouse Coopers Management Consulting Group, specializing in the firm's entertainmentstrategy practice. Rodli is based at Kodak's Entertainment Imaging headquarters in Hollywood.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    Gary P. Van Graafeiland, Age 56

    SVP and General Counsel

    Biography

    Mr. Van Graafeiland was elected a senior vice president and named general counsel of Eastman Kodak Companyeffective February 14, 1992. He is also the Company's Chief Compliance Officer. Mr. Van Graafeiland joined the KodakLegal Department as a member of the Corporate Legal Staff in 1979. He was named assistant general counsel and directorof the Corporate Legal Staff in January 1989, and was elected corporate secretary effective January 1990. Prior to joiningKodak, Mr. Van Graafeiland was associated with the Rochester law firm of Harter, Secrest & Emery. A graduate of UnionCollege with a BA in English, Mr. Van Graafeiland holds a JD degree from Cornell University Law School. He is amember of the American Corporate Counsel Association, the Association of General Counsel, the Civil Justice ReformGroup, the American Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, and the Monroe County Bar Association. Heis a member of the Executive Committee of the Association of General Counsel. He is also a member and formerchairman of the board of directors of the Rochester School of the Holy Childhood, and a member of the board of directorsof ESL Federal Credit Union and the board of trustees of the U.S. China Legal Cooperation Fund.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    Karen A. SmithPilkington, Age 46

    SVP and Vice Chairman, Greater Asia

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    Eastman Kodak Company2001 2003, SVP and President, Kodak Professional Title held until 2004: SVP and Business Operations Manager, Consumer and Professional ImagingProducts and Services

    Biography

    SmithPilkington was secondincommand of Kodak's combined Consumer & Professional Imaging operations,focusing primarily on the integration of those two organizations. Previously, she was president of Kodak Professional,which provides imaging products, solutions and services to professional photographers and related labs. SmithPilkingtonhas had global responsibilities in Consumer Imaging, Health Imaging and Kodak Professional. She also served as theregional business unit general manager for Kodak Professional in Canada. SmithPilkington holds a B.A. in PoliticalScience (Summa Cum Laude) from the State University of New York at Geneseo (1978); a Masters in Industrial andLabor Relations from Cornell University (1980); and a Masters of Business Administration from the William E. SimonSchool of Graduate Business Administration at the University of Rochester (1988).

    Source: Company Press Release, December 17, 2003

    Charles S. Brown Jr., Age 52

    SVP and Director of Global Manufacturing and Logistics

    Biography

    Mr. Brown began his Kodak career as a process engineer in the Synthetic Chemicals Division in 1973 and served invarious technical and supervisory capacities until 1982. In 198284, he was involved in several developmentalassignments leading to his movement into production management. Mr. Brown's Kodak experience has been primarily inmanufacturing serving as the director, Manufacturing Research and Engineering Division; manufacturing manager,Materials for Ektacolor Paper and Chemicals; and manager, Synthetic Chemicals Division. In 1993, he was named thegeneral manager of Sensitized Goods Platform Center, the company's unit responsible for the development of newphotographic films, papers and photochemical products, and manufacturing technologies. On November 1, 1995 he wasnamed chief operating officer, Consumer Imaging and vice president, Eastman Kodak Company. His primaryresponsibilities included Consumer Imaging's film, paper and camera businesses. Mr. Brown was then named the assistantdirector, Imaging Materials Manufacturing beginning September 1, 1997. Mr. Brown was named to his current position,director, Global Manufacturing and Logistics, and vice president, Eastman Kodak Company, effective February 1, 1999.In this position, he provides leadership for Kodak's global operations for film, photographic paper, chemical products andequipment. On April 14, 2000 Eastman Kodak Company's board of directors elected Mr. Brown a senior vice president. Anative of Waukegan, Illinois, he received BS and Masters of Engineering degrees in chemical engineering from CornellUniversity in 1972 and 1973, respectively. He earned an MBA from Rochester Institute of Technology in 1979 and an MSin management as a Fellow at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management, in 1992. He is amember of AIChE; the Society of Engineers, the Engineering College Advisory Council and University Council atCornell University. He is also a member of the Board of Trustees, Nazareth College; and a member of the Board ofDirectors, National Association of Manufacturers.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

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  • Nachum (Homi) Shamir, Age 49

    VP; President, Kodak Versamark

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    Kodak Versamark, Inc. President; VP, Eastman KodakBiography

    Shamir joined Kodak as President, Kodak Versamark Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary. The company formed KodakVersamark after the acquisition of the assets of Dayton, Ohiobased Scitex Digital Printing.

    Shamir joined Scitex in 1993 as managing director of the AsiaPacific and Japan regions for Scitex Digital Printing,where he was responsible for positioning the company as a regional leader in highspeed, variable informationtechnology. He was promoted to president and CEO of Scitex Digital Printing, the Dayton, Ohio, subsidiary, in January2001. Shamir became president and CEO of Scitex Corporation in July 2003.

    Prior to joining Scitex, Shamir spent 16 years in the AsiaPacific region holding executivelevel positions for a numberof companies in Hong Kong, Australia, Fiji and the Philippines. He earned a master's degree in Public Administrationfrom Harvard University in 1990, and a Bachelor of Science degree from Hebrew University in Jerusalem in 1980.

    Shamir is a board member of Scitex Corporation, and also serves on the board of the Victoria Theatre in Dayton, as anexecutive director of the printing industry's EDSF association, and on the external advisory board of the College ofEngineering and Computer Science at Wright State University. Shamir and his family reside in Dayton.

    Source: Company Press Release, January 21, 2004

    Kim E. VanGelder, Age 39

    VP and CIO

    Biography

    VanGelder joined Kodak in September 1984 and has held a variety of assignments of increasing responsibility, all in theInformation Technology arena. She has a B.S. in Mathematics from the Rochester Institute of Technology.

    Source: Company Press Release, December 17, 2003

    Larry Morgan

    VP, Consumer Imaging and Director, Worldwide Marketing

    Biography

    Mr. Morgan has over 20 years of US and International experience with Kodak, PepsiCola and RichardsonVicks. Mr.Morgan joined RichardsonVicks (now part of Proctor and Gamble Health Care) in 1975. While there, he moved through

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  • the brand management ranks on a number of products including Clearasil, Fixodent, and new products. Prior to leaving,he managed their largest business, Oil of Olay, leading that business to a 50% sales increase. In 1981, Mr. Morgan joinedPepsiCola's international division as Marketing Manager for their North Latin America Region. He was promoted togeneral manager of Pepsi's Colombian subsidiary in 1983. Morgan joined Kodak in the Ultra Technologies group in 1986as manager of Marketing. In 1988, Kodak moved him to Business Manager for worldwide development of onetimeusecameras, and he championed the introduction and early growth of that business. In 1990, he was named MarketingManager for the Northeast Sales Zone. In 1993, he was appointed U.S. general manager of Marketing for ImageTakingProducts, and in 1995 was named vice president, Consumer Imaging, for ImageTaking Products for the U.S. andCanada. In 1997, Mr. Morgan took a special assignment to head a "Tiger Team" dedicated to the relaunch of the AdvantixPhoto System. In the assignment, he led an effort that successfully established this strategic business. In February, 1998,he was named director of Marketing for Kodak's worldwide film business. In 1999, Mr. Morgan was named director,Worldwide Marketing, and vice president, Consumer Imaging, responsible for worldwide strategic planning for Kodak'straditional and APS film and cameras and onetimeuse cameras. Most recently he has been Vice President of WWMarketing for Capture Products (Film, Cameras, OneTime Use Cameras and Batteries). A native of Dryden, New York,Morgan has a Bachelor's Degree in Agricultural Economics from Cornell University and an MBA from the Darden Schoolof the University of Virginia.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    Atul Minocha

    VP Health Imaging Group; Chief Marketing Officer

    Biography

    Upon joining Kodak in 1999, Minocha served as Director of Marketing for Health Imaging's U.S. and Canada region. In2001, he was named to his most recent position, Vice President of Marketing for Health Imaging's Americas organization,which comprises the United States and Canada and Latin America regions. Among his accomplishments, Minocha ledmarketing initiatives that helped the Americas organization gain market share in six out of seven product categories. Healso has played an instrumental role in transitioning U.S. customers and prospects from traditional filmbased medicalimaging products to digital products. More than 50% of the Americas' 2002 revenue came from digital products. Prior tojoining Kodak, Minocha held top marketing positions with AlliedSignal Inc.; Graco Inc., the world's leading manufacturerof fluidhandling equipment; Cummins Engine Company's Power Generation Group; and DCM Toyota Limited, a jointventure between DCM Limited and Toyota to manufacture and market light trucks in India. Minocha holds a bachelor'sdegree in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India. He also earned an MBAfrom Yale School of Management, New Haven, Conn.

    Source: Company Press Release, February 18, 2003

    Joyce P. Haag, Age 53

    VP Legal and Assistant General Counsel

    Biography

    Ms. Haag began her Kodak career in 1981, as a lawyer on the Legal Staff. She was elected assistant secretary inDecember 1991 and elected corporate secretary in February 1995. In January 2001, she was appointed to the additionalposition of Assistant General Counsel. She currently is doing a two year developmental assignment on the Marketing,Antitrust, Trademark and Litigation Legal Staff. A graduate of Mt. Holyoke College, Ms. Haag holds a BA degree inmathematics and graduated Phi Beta Kappa. She was a Sara Williston Scholar at Mt. Holyoke. She received her JD and

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  • graduated cum laude from Cornell Law School. Prior to joining the Kodak Legal staff, Ms. Haag was an associate withBoylan, Brown, Code, Fowler Vigdor & Wilson LLP in Rochester, New York. Ms. Haag is currently a member of theAmerican Society of Corporate Secretaries the President's Council of Cornell Women and ACCA. Ms. Haag has also beena member of the Board of Governors of the Genesee Hospital (19881996), Chair of the Genesee Hospital Foundation(19881996), a director of Via Health, Inc. (19951997), a member of the Board of Trustees of Monroe County BarAssociation (19841985), Director of Fleet Bank, NA (19961998), a member of the Board of Trustees MargaretWoodbury Strong Museum (19961998) and the Secretary of the American Society of Corporate Secretaries.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    Matthias Freund, Age 54

    VP and Acting President, Consumer and Professional Imaging Products and Services (Retiring March 1, 2004)

    Recent Work Highlights

    Eastman Kodak Company2003 2003, VP and CEO, Photofinishing; Acting President, Consumer Imaging Products and Services;COO, Consumer Imaging

    2003 2003, VP and CEO, Photofinishing; Acting President, Consumer Imaging Products and Services;COO, Consumer Imaging

    Title held until 2003: VP and CEO Qualex & COO Consumer Imaging,

    Biography

    Mr. Freund began his career with Eastman Kodak Company at Kodak AG, Germany, in 1972, as a business planner inCommercial Labs and Professional Wholesaler, followed by an assignment as sales representative for PhotofinishingProducts and marketing manager in Commercial Labs. In 1979, he was named the manager of Customer Service andEuropean Logistics and Supply manager for Kodak Copier and Clinical Chemistry business. In 1983, Mr. Freund wastransferred to Rochester as the European manager, Consumer Electronics Division and Product Planning director, Videoequipment. In 1986, he returned to Kodak AG as national sales manager, Photofinishing System Division. In 1988, Mr.Freund returned to Rochester as manager, Product & Marketing Planning New Photographic Systems (Photo CD andAPS). In 1993, he was named the country business unit manager, Consumer Imaging, Kodak AG, Germany. In 1996, Mr.Freund was named general manager, Photofinishing Product Business, Consumer Imaging, Kodak, Rochester. He waselected a corporate vice president in September, 1996. In 1998, Mr. Freund was named general manager, ConsumerImaging, U.S. and Canada Region, and vice president, Kodak, as well as president and chief executive officer of QualexInc., in 1998. He achieved significant productivity improvements while improving quality by 19% in 1999, followed byan additional 16% improvement so far this year. In 2000, he assumed the additional responsibility of general manager,Output Product and Service Business, Consumer Imaging. In September, 2000 Mr. Freund was named chief operatingofficer, Consumer Imaging and retained his title of CEO at Qualex. Mr. Freund is a native of Stade, Germany, and holds aBusiness degree in Photo Trade Marketing from Fotofachschule, Kiel. He also graduated as Polizei Oberwachtmeister(equivalent to U.S. Military Police Colonel) from Police Academy in Hamburg, Germany.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    Mark V. Gulling, Age 51

    VP and Director, Global Shared Services

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    Mark Gulling began his career at Kodak in 1974 as a systems analyst in the Corporate Information Systems Division.From 19741985, he supported sales, billing, credit, advertising, and distribution systems acting in various analyst,supervisory, and management roles. In 1986, Mark became the Information Systems Director for Eastman Savings andLoan, a banking institution that serves Kodak employees. In 1989, Mark moved to the newly formed Health Group andwas instrumental in launching Business Process Reengineering within Kodak, starting in the Health Sciences Division.From 19911992, he served as the Reengineering Project Manager responsible for the redesign and implementation of themajor business processes for Kodak's Dental business. In 1993, he became the Information Systems Director responsiblefor the worldwide information systems for the Business Imaging Systems and Office Imaging businesses. In 1996, Markwas named Program Manager for the Corporate Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) initiative. In 1998, Mark was namedAssistant Chief Information Officer of Eastman Kodak Company. In 2000, Mark was named Acting Chief InformationOfficer. On February 9, 2001, Mark was appointed Chief Information Officer and Vice President, Eastman KodakCompany. In 2002, he received the 2001 CEO Diversity Award for his achievement in pursuit of diversity. He receivedhis latest assignment as director of Global Shared Services in 2003. Mark received his BS degree in Mathematics andEconomics from Ashland University in 1974. In 1991, he completed an executive education program at Duke University.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    Mark A. Schneider

    VP and CTO, Consumer Imaging

    Biography

    Mr. Schneider is a 1981 graduate of Clarkson University. He started his career with Kodak as a summer employee,working as an injection molding press operator. Obtaining his degree in Mechanical and Industrial engineering, Mr.Schneider began work fulltime at Kodak as a cameramanufacturing engineer in Consumer Products. In the mid80'sMr. Schneider moved to the Boston area, joining the then newly acquired Eikonix Corp. Eikonix (and later Atex) providedthe opportunity to get involved with a variety of digital imaging capture and output technologies. These systems createddigitally enhanced images for the printing and publishing industry. Returning to Rochester in 1990, Mr. Schneider beganworking on the Cineon Digital Film System as the product manager for the Workstation product. This role includedsignificant software development and OEM relationship building. The project required coordinating operations inRochester, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Melbourne, Australia. Following work on Cineon, Mr. Schneider moved backto the camera business, taking the role of managing the group responsible for the sourcing of Consumer Imaging'straditional camera line. From this role he moved on to become the Category Manager for APS cameras. In late 1997 hebecame Director Research, Development and Manufacturing for Cameras. In April of 2000, Mr. Schneider was namedGeneral Manager, Worldwide Cameras and Batteries Business, and VicePresident, Consumer Imaging. In May of 2001,Mr. Schneider moved into the role of Chief Technology Officer and Vice President, Consumer Imaging. In October of2001, Consumer Imaging (CI) realigned its product groups. At this time Mr. Schneider was named Worldwide GeneralManager, Imaging Equipment and Network Services. In this role Mr. Schneider is now responsible for CI's portfolio ofWholesale Photofinishing Equipment, Retail Photofinishing Equipment, Kiosk Products and Network Services forConsumers. (Network Services includes support of Retail Online Photofinishing sites (collectively referred to asRetail.com), Picture CD, and AOL You've Got Pictures.) Mr. Schneider was named an Officer of the Company inDecember of 2001.

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  • Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    Sharon J. Crino

    VP and Area Business General Manager, Health Imaging Europe, Pacific, Middle East, Africa, and Russia

    Biography

    Ms. Crino currently holds the position of Area Business general manager, Health Imaging, Europe, Pacific, Middle East,Africa, and Russia Area (EPMAR) and vice president, Eastman Kodak Company, residing in Geneva, Switzerland. Shewas elected vice president, Eastman Kodak Company in 2001. In Ms. Crino's current position she provides overallleadership, coordination, and management for all of Health Imaging EPMAR, including Sales, Marketing, Services, andOperations, in order to facilitate the delivery of all business commitments for the EPMAR Health Imaging Business. Thisbusiness contributes revenues in excess of $1B, and employs approximately 1000+ employees. Ms. Crino began hercareer with Eastman Kodak in 1970 in Business Systems Imaging Division. She joined Copy Products at the inception ofthe this Division in 1975, where she held a number of positions including sales, marketing, operations, staff assistant, andfirst and second line management positions. In 1991, she joined the Health Group as a Healthcare Account Executivewhere she managed the combination of portfolios brought in through the acquisition of Sterling Drug and the existingHealth Sciences portfolio of products and services. In 1993, she became director and vice president, Health GroupMarketing, managing the Corporate Account team that crossed all Business Units within Eastman Kodak Company. In1997, Ms Crino became the Regional Business general manager and vice president, Health Imaging, Europe, Middle East,Africa, and Russia, based in London. During this time, Ms. Crino was part of the WW acquisition team for the ImationMedical business and successfully managed the major integration for Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Russia in athreemonth period. In Ms. Crino's current role, she is able to apply her diverse experiences to support the growth in themedical imaging business in EPMAR as it moves from a traditional to a digital environment, while recognizing thecultural, geographic, and economic sensitivities. This new environment is made up of products and services designed tomeet the Diagnostic Imaging Market, which includes traditional Xray film based products, and increasingly, digitallycaptured diagnostic images to create digital solutions for the Medical Imaging market. Ms. Crino has had 14 geographicmoves with Eastman Kodak Company. Sharon is a member of Kodak Women who are Leaders (KLW), an organizationof middle and senior management women. She also attended the Rochester School of Nursing in Rochester, N.Y.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    Alain Popelard, Age 62

    VP and Associate Director, Global Manufacturing and Logistics (Retiring March 31, 2004)

    Biography

    Alain Popelard began his Kodak career in 1969 as an operation researcher in Kodak's French subsidiary at Kodak Pathe.From 1972 through 1974, he led the French Distribution Reengineering project, then created and managed the FrenchSouthern Region until 1981. After returning to Paris to lead the Information Systems function for France, he left in 1985to manage the Customer and Marketing Support organization. In 1988, he became the French Manufacturing Manager andin 1992, joined the European Region headquarters in London as the European Photofinishing Regional Business UnitManager. In 1997, he moved to Rochester as Director of Strategy and Strategic Opportunities in Imaging MaterialsManufacturing. Mr. Popelard was named to his current position February 1, 2000, and was named a company vicepresident February 14, 2000. A native of Normandy, France, Popelard received his education in scientific and generalengineering at Ecole Centrale De Paris and received his MBA at the Sorbonne in Paris.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

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  • Jack C. Chang

    VP and Associate Director of Research & Development

    Biography

    Dr. Chang began his Kodak career in 1967 as a research chemist in the company's Research Laboratories. Over the next17 years, he worked in Special Projects, Analytical Sciences and Electrophotography. In 1984, he was named manager ofthe Advanced Technology Division for Copy Products. He later served as director of the Chemistry Division, later theCorporate Research Laboratory, and the PhotoScience Research Division. In 1996, he was appointed associate directorand vice president of Imaging Research and Advanced Development, Materials. He was elected a vice president of thecompany in 1998. He is responsible for building and maintaining the company's core competencies and guiding thecareers of the technical staff, in addition to building and strengthening Kodak's imaging systems core technicalcompetency. In 1999, he was appointed Associate Director, Research and Development and Vice President. Changreceived his B.A. degree from Asbury College in Wilmore, Kentucky, a M.S. from the University of Illinois at Urbana,and his Ph.D in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Illinois at Urbana. He has done postdoctoral studies atMassachusetts Institute of Technology in Electroluminescence of Aromatic Hydrocarbons.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    Essie L. Calhoun

    VP, Chief Diversity Officer, and Director, Community Affairs

    Recent Work Highlights

    Eastman Kodak Company2003 2003, VP and Director Multicultural Marketing, Community Relations and CorporateContributions

    Biography

    Calhoun began her Kodak career as a Copy Products Division Sales Representative in 1982, later holding positions as aMarketing Specialist and Sales Manager. In 1988, Calhoun joined Communications & Public Affairs as Director of PublicAffairs Planning. A year later, she was appointed Director of Community Relations, and in 1994 she assumed her currentposition as Director, Community Relations and Contributions. In 2000, she was elected a corporate vice president, andwas named Director of Multicultural Marketing in 2002. She is the founder of several organizations focused on leadershipdevelopment, including the United Way of Rochester's African American Leadership Development Program; the AfricanAmerican Leadership Roundtable; and the Kodak Youth Leadership Academy. She has served on boards and committeesof numerous organizations including current service on the boards of: United Way of Greater Rochester, Urban League ofRochester (Past Chair), Roberts Wesleyan College, and Rochester Institute of Technology. She received a B.Ed degree inSocial Science from the University of Toledo, a M.S. in Administration and Supervision from Bowie State University, andan Honorary Doctorate from Roberts Wesleyan College.

    Source: Company Press Release, September 12, 2003

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  • Richard S. Morabito

    VP and Chief Purchasing Officer

    Biography

    Monderer began his Kodak career in 1973 as a Cost Engineer in the Kodak Colorado Division. Upon graduation fromcollege, he moved to Rochester, NY and spent several years as an Industrial Engineer supporting film manufacturing,marketing and corporate projects. In 1980 he joined Finance and Administration and held several positions in financialanalysis and financial management, supporting various marketing and manufacturing organizations. In 1986, he wasappointed Director of Finance, Corporate Accounts and from 1988 through 1991 served in London, England as Directorof Finance, Copy Products and Printer Products, European Region. Monderer returned to the United States in 1991 as theBusiness and Alliance Manager for Professional Imaging. He joined Corporate Business Development in 1995, wasnamed to his current position of managing director in 1997, and was appointed vice president, Business Strategy andInformation Technology in 2000. In 2001, the Board of Directors elected him a corporate vice president. Monderer holdsa BS in engineering from the University of Colorado with honors and an MBA in finance from the Rochester Institute ofTechnology.

    Source: Company Web Site, 2003

    Stevan G. Ramirez

    VP and Chief Quality Officer

    Biography

    Mr. Ramirez joined Eastman Kodak Company in March 2000, as the director and vice president of Worldwide Qualityand Supply Chain, Consumer Imaging. In February 2001, he was named Chief Quality Officer and vice president,reporting to Mike Morley, Chief Administrative Officer. Prior to joining Kodak, Mr. Ramirez was a vice president ofCustomer Services Operations at Xerox Corp., concluding a 28year career with Xerox. Mr. Ramirez holds a BS