Canon reports sales growth of 14.9 percent for past 12 months in the Americas.
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The firm sees continuing demand for color, as well as black-and-white production printing.
More shrewd moves by HP as package and label printing is a growing segment.
Indeed, it’s nearly impossible to kill a 9-pin dot-matrix printer and the cost per page is virtually negligible.
Icahn and Deason determined to prevent sale of Xerox.
Toshiba’s board believes former banker can help its turnaround.
Fujifilm’s take on the proposed merger.
Toshiba TEC of Tokyo, Japan reported higher sales and net income amongst reports that subsidiaries may have padded profits.
More proof that the Asian market still likes to print and copy.
After suffering a tough financial stretch, Toshiba fortunately returns to profitabliliy.
Xerox continues to seek to expand its multi-brand dealer network.
Xerox valiantly attempts to defend its moves against outspoken outsiders.
The company whose products are largely tailored to make users accountable for their printing says its mission “is to save the office equipment industry” . . .
U.S. companies want security and Canon delivers with new security partnership.