The Xerox-Fujifilm saga continues to roll on, with Bloomberg reporting that today in the U.S. District Court in Manhattan, Fujifilm of......
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About a third of color printers sold in the United States are made in China.
Komori said Fujifilm is “not opposed to considering any new proposal from the new Xerox board if it’s beneficial for both firms,” but that the $40 per share sought by Icahn and Deason is “too high.”
Toshiba Corporation of Tokyo, Japan, announced today that it is selling 80.1 percent of its shares in its PC business,...
The ISC also stated that a recent study by Trade Partnership Worldwide prepared for the Consumer Technology Association and the National Retail Federation estimates that the tariffs would cause U.S. consumers to pay $529 million more than they now pay for ink and toner cartridges.
The products that would be subject to the tariff includes printers and copiers, their parts, and likely their supplies, including ink and toner.
As for the A3 copier/MFP business, HP’s CEO noted that “we continue to on-board new partners and gain year-over-year share. This business is strategic to us given the higher attach rates of supplies and services.”
HP Inc. CEO and President Dion Weisler commented: “We delivered another quarter of double-digit year-over-year revenue and profit growth, strong EPS (earnings per share) and impressive free cash flow and performed well across segments and regions.”
The Mopria Scan app enables users to use their printer or copier/MFP’s scanner to save documents directly to their Android smartphone or tablet.
Canon emerged as the market leader across three categories: 2017 Total A3 U.S. copier/MFP (monochrome and color), 2017 Total U.S. A3 Copier/MFP (monochrome), and 2017 Total U.S. A3 Copier/MFP (color).
Visentin assures employees that Xerox will continue “to run the business well” and support its thousands of customers.
Bloomberg also reported that Fujifilm COO Sukeno said that wants to explain to Xerox shareholders that the merger with Fuji Xerox is the only option for Xerox to grow and have a future. A combined entity would be more efficient, he said.
While the new Xerox board was scheduled to meet this week to discuss alternatives, Icahn’s previously published report, “Rescuing and Revitalizing an American Icon,” may provide some clues about what will happen next if Xerox isn’t sold.
Through a new partnership, Brother is providing scan-to-translate functionality enabled by thebigword language-translation services.
HP notes that the market for large photo merchandising grew seven percent in 2017, according to InfoTrends, with nearly 1.3 trillion photos taken in the same year, according to The New York Times.
Robert J. Keegan, Charles Prince, Ann N. Reese, William Curt Hunter, and Stephen H. Rusckowski each resigned from the Xerox Board of Directors.