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This Week in Imaging: A Look at New China Restrictions on HP

The good news for HP Inc. was that, last week, the People’s Republic of China’s Ministry of Commerce approved HP’s pending acquisition of Samsung’s Printing Solutions business (now called S-Printing Solution Company). The bad news is that although China approved...

This Week in Imaging: Another Take on Industry Financial Woes

Along with Konica Minolta’s acquisition of Muratec America, the news this week was dominated by reports of poor industry financials, including lower copier/MFP sales, and dovetails into what we discussed last week – how to offset the decline in office...

This Week in Imaging: Color Laser Printer Likely Led to NSA Arrest; Lexmark Goes Big; More

This week, printer security – as well as the lack of it – was again in the news, with our story, How a Xerox DocuColor Printer Led to an NSA Contractor’s Arrest, showing how tiny innocuous-seeming printed yellow dots led...

This Week in Imaging: Latest Financials from Copier Companies; Xerox Targeting Multi-Brand Dealers; More

The latest financial reports from major copier/printer vendors in Japan are as typical, full of good news and bad. The bad consists of several continuing to report lower revenues and profits. But on the flip side, the good news is...

This Week in Imaging: Lexmark Acquisition Thoughts, Inkjet Vs. Toner Cost per Page Analysis

It appears that the Lexmark acquisition by the Chinese tech firm Apex Technology and by PAG Capital is virtually a done deal with the approval of the deal this week by the United States’ Committee on Foreign Investment in the...

The Week in Imaging: Memjet, HP Call Truce; ‘Large Format’ Versus ‘Wide Format’?

There was lots of industry news this week, with the breakdown by topic roughly as follows: inkjet: 3 articles (HP Inc./Memjet, Epson, Epson); acquisitions: 2 articles (HP Inc., Collins Inkjet); company reorganization: 2 articles (Xerox, Sharp, Staples); toner-based printers/MFPs: 2...