Fujifilm will focus on its healthcare business, as its copier business is said to slow. But its Chairman and CEO Shigetaka Komori still has Xerox on his mind.
On September 30th, Xerox posted a video on Youtube (see below) introducing a new entry-level production color printer, the PrimeLink...
In this week’s news, new product introductions continue to reflect OEM diversification from office printer and imaging. As we’ve noted...
Several of the patents in dispute involved technology used by Xerox’s iGen5 digital press.
Xerox today announced two new optional capabilities for its iGen 5 digital color production, cut-sheet press.
The move followed China’s recent exemption of many U.S. items imported into China.
This week, we saw two surprising new developments involving Clover and Xerox.
“The net result of the actions …was to transfer control of a public corporation to Messrs. Deason and Icahn via a private agreement that offered no tangible benefits to the interests of the class.”
“Having worked with Grant at Xerox, I know him to be a thoughtful and insightful executive and a dynamic, resourceful CFO.”
Increased adoption of MPS by SMEs (small and mid-size enterprises) is anticipated to further boost the managed print services market during the forecast period.
A North Carolina state committee on Tuesday approved state and local incentives for Xerox that could be worth more than $13 million.
Electronics For Imaging today announced that it’s appointed former Xerox CEO Jeff Jacobson, a 30-year veteran of the digital imaging...
This was a significant week in the office-imaging industry, with multiple vendors reporting lower sales and profits, and warning of a slowing economy.
Xerox expects that about a third of its XBS locations will begin offering IT services by the end of 2019.
Xerox stated that its Project Own It cost-cutting program contributed some $640 million of savings thus far in 2019.
The losses for Xerox were at first estimated to be $24 million, but were ultimately decided to be about $9.5 million.