Kodak Controller Richard Brown Resigns
Eastman Kodak Co. announced Monday that its controller, Richard G. Brown Jr., will leave the company on Sept. 5. It said Brown is resigning in order to accept a position with another company. "We thank Dick for his years of service, and we expect to announce his successor in short order," said Kodak CFO Robert H. Brust. Brown joined Kodak in 2003 from Ernst & Young LLP.