While cutting costs has helped Xerox’s share price, has focusing on cutting costs ever resulted in the kind of new technology and innovation that both companies need?
Xerox also continues to argue that the required leverage (debt) required for it to buy HP “would be quickly reduced over time given HP’s ample cash flow.” But would it?
Fuji Xerox will also expand its business worldwide under a new original brand – competing directly with Xerox.
As we head into the holidays, all is quiet on the HP-Xerox front. As it stands, Xerox is now appealing...
Here’s our list of the most important events, developments, and trends in the office-imaging industry in 2019.
Several printer/MFP companies have responded to U.S. tariffs by saying they will shift production to other countries, such as Thailand, to avoid the tariffs.
The group filed the lawsuit in New York state court in Manhattan on December 13th.
79 of respondents said they anticipate increasing MPS spending in the next 12 months.
“This is a compelling proposal that immediately increases the value of your investment in HP….”
Both Kyocera and EFI were said to have been interested in acquiring Impika but negotiations didn’t succeed with either company.
Icahn directly attacks the HP board of directors, stating that they are practicing delay tactics “aimed at attempting to preserve the lucrative positions of the CEO and members of the board.”
In a regulatory document filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Xerox disclosed today that it’s revising...
Our prediction: expect an Ichan proxy war with HP’s board and get ready for some fireworks.
While HP is still leaving open the possibility for an HP-Xerox combination, that possibility is appearing smaller and smaller as the possibility of a proxy war looms ahead.
“3D printing is going to transform manufacturing, and Xerox is going to drive that change.”
The Xerox-HP Inc. saga continues, with Xerox today publishing a letter to members of the HP Inc. Board of Directors...