Loffler Companies is said to now be the largest privately owned company in the Upper Midwest providing business technology and services.
In March, Marco purchased Governor Business Solutions in Dearborn, Michigan. Marco has 1,180 employees and serves more than 32,000 customers from its 50 locations throughout the Midwest and nationally.
Toshiba Corporation of Tokyo, Japan, announced today that it is selling 80.1 percent of its shares in its PC business,...
Toshiba Memory Corporation is the world’s number-two producer of NAND memory chips. Toshiba put the business up for sale last year after incurring losses from its Westinghouse nuclear-power business.
Going forward, Canon says it will continue to strengthen its network video-solutions business, with the aim of becoming the global industry leader.
The firm expects the transaction will likely to be completed late in the second quarter, or early in the third quarter, subject to customary closing conditions.
Carolina Wholesale Group of Charlotte, North Carolina, announced yesterday that it’s partnered with Gilpez Office Products in transitioning their day-to-day...
Deason argues that Xerox CEO Jeff Jacobson “acted without authorization” to negotiate a deal with Fujifilm, a deal that is is said to have “preserved his job at the expense of shareholder value.
On Wednesday, Xerox also said that Xerox shareholders should disregard information from Icahn and Deason, stating the two are conducting a “highly disingenuous campaign” that distorts and omits key facts about Xerox and the proposed merger.
Toshiba Corporation of Tokyo, Japan, announced today that it’s completed the sale of its holdings in Toshiba Nuclear Energy, the...
With A-COPI founder, Robin Spencer, staying on, the company will continue to build its long relationship with Toshiba, with hopes of expanding existing hardware and software service offerings.
Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA) today reported that it’s acquired ZLan Partners, Inc., for an undisclosed sum....
“This acquisition expands our reach into the Pacific Northwest through a well-established group that does a considerable amount of work with both the public and private sectors,” commented Kevin Kern, senior vice president of Business Intelligence Services and Product Planning for Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A.
Prior to founding Zygoquest, Dudek was vice president of acquisitions for IKON Office Solutions, a $5.5 billion company acquired by Ricoh Corporation.Dudek has evaluated transactions “ranging from the smallest transactions to the largest deals in the office products industry – from million-dollar deals to billion-dollar deals.”