The ‘most hated company’
The company that has long been hated by many in the world is now considered a ‘hero’ by many.
The internet has been buzzing for the past few months over reports that Kodak was going to pay a $100 million settlement to settle charges that it misused patents and sold patents that were invalid and invalid for decades.
Kodak settled the case in September with the help of a $60 million settlement from Apple and Samsung, as well as a $25 million settlement by Google.
Kobalt Pharmaceuticals (KODA), the company that makes the EpiPen allergy medication that many of us rely on for life, was also hit hard by the settlement.
The company said it was sorry for the damage that the settlement caused and was in the process of addressing the matter with regulators.
But the deal is still going to cost the company billions of dollars, and its stock has dropped sharply over the past couple of months.KODAK shares have fallen nearly 50% from their high in early September, and it has lost more than 30% of its value since mid-November.
It has also lost nearly a quarter of its market value since early February.
Shares of the company have plummeted more than 70% since mid November, and they have lost nearly 30% since early January.
Kodaking stocks have plummeted nearly 60% since late March, and their market value has dropped more than a third since late February.
While the company may be facing a big legal bill, it’s not the only company with major losses in the wake of the Epidemic.
The following list includes some of the largest pharmaceutical companies, including some of those listed below.
The companies listed below have been hit hard over the last few months and many are losing money.