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The Nikkei-Asian Review also said that Ricoh would be as well selling a logistics unit in Japan, and an “aging factory for copiers and other office equipment, as well as recording “tens of billions of yen worth of impairment losses,”and setting aside “at least ¥200 billion” for mergers and acquisitions.
Xerox reported today that the United States Air Force has awarded Xerox a five-year contract for supplying copier/MFPs...
Icahn sold his Manitowoc shares for about $32 to $34 each. After Trump’s tartiff announcement, shares of Manitowoc fell to about $26.
This Week in Imaging: A Closer Look at HP SDS and Financials; Deason Demands Xerox Board Members; More
Last week, we focused on the continuing battle between Xerox leadership and two activist investors, Carl Icahn and...
“We have now created a larger print family, which will help us address the $55 billion A3 market opportunity along with adding capabilities and revenue in A4,” said Weisler. “The integration efforts and key initiatives are on track. We are joining teams, combining our product portfolios, on boarding new partners, rationalizing SKUs, and streamlining processes.”
“We’re coming out of the gate strong in Q1, with double-digit revenue and EPS growth year over year,” said Dion Weisler, president and CEO of HP Inc.
Ricoh MAY record losses for its U.S. distributor Ikon Office Solutions.
Toshiba TEC of Tokyo, Japan reported higher sales and net income amongst reports that subsidiaries may have padded profits.
After suffering a tough financial stretch, Toshiba fortunately returns to profitabliliy.
The remarkable company’s past spin-offs, mergers and acquisitions come back to haunt them.
Icahn Sells $40 Million of Xerox Stock, While Fujifilm CEO Sees Copier Opportunities in Emerging Markets
While demand for copiers may have slowed in developed Western markets, Komori says there will be continuing demand in emerging economies: “Demand for copiers won’t disappear soon.”
Sales of Epson high-capacity ink-tank inkjet printers grow in emerging economies.
Konica Minolta probably needs to expand its product portfolio but its forays into production printing may be its saving grace.
OKIs innovation with its toner-based printing solutions are apparently slowly paying off, but are they missing the boat for the worldwide demand for economical inkjet printing solutions?