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The Bain-led consortium includes Apple Inc., SK Hynix, Dell, Seagate Technology, and Kingston Technology.
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.”
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Toshiba’s memory-chip business brought in about 90 percent of Toshiba’s operating profit for the first six months of its fiscal year.
In the company’s Office Business group, in addition to strong sales of color copier/MFPs in North America, sales in China grew significantly.
Toshiba Tec’s other business group, its Retail Solutions group, recorded net sales of 324.5 billion yen, up 3.7 percent versus the previous fiscal year, and operating income of 17.3 billion yen, up 6.0 percent versus the previous fiscal year.
Kodak CEO Jeff Clarke commented: “Kodak had continued strong performance in SONORA Process-Free Plates, FLEXCEL NX Packaging and PROSPER Inkjet annuities. We are on plan to deliver full-year revenue and Operational EBITDA performance within the expected guidance range.”
Nuance CEO Mark Benjamin commented: “In just a few weeks, my conviction about the potential of this company has been affirmed. There is real momentum in the core business, making it an exciting opportunity to step in at this pivotal moment.”
Brother noted: “Due to the effects of lower corporate taxes in the U.S. and other factors, record high profits are forecast.”
OKI is forecasting increases in net sales, operating income, and income, for its current fiscal year that will end in March 2019.
A private-equity deal may also be in the works: on May 2nd Reuters reported that buy-out firm Appollo Global is approaching Xerox with possible acquisition in mind. Meanwhile, Fujifilm said it will appeal the court order blocking the deal.
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Because of Xerox’s announcement this week that its CEO and six Xerox board members will be stepping down under its pending Director Appointment, Nomination and Settlement Agreement with Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason, Xerox is not releasing a financial forecast.
For its fiscal year that will end in March 2019, Ricoh is forecasting that sales will be down slightly (-1.1 percent) and net income of ¥47 billion.