“The terms we offered in January are the ceiling,” Komori said.
“Fuji Xerox remains a partner but they need to earn our business.”
Buyout firm Apollo Global Management is said to have approached Xerox about a possible acquisition.
“My mission is to persuade Xerox executives that the merger would be the best solution for both companies,” said Tamai.
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The rift between Xerox and Fujifilm – which have operated Fuji Xerox for decades as a joint venture – continues to widen, with Fujifilm Chairman and CEO today penning a letter to newly appointed Xerox CEO John Visentin, in response to a letter Visentin had sent to him on Monday.
Fujifilm said in a statement: “It is again no surprise to hear Xerox’s pretense to sell its products directly into the growing Asia-Pacific market.”
As we reported previously, in a separate lawsuit filed this week, Fujifilm also filed a breach-of-contract lawsuit against Xerox, demanding $1 billion in damages.
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The appointment is said to be customary, since Fuji Xerox is a joint venture between Xerox and Fujiflm, but the appointment of Icahn-backed Visentin to the board can’t be welcomed by Fujifilm, which saw it’s hopes of obtaining Xerox and merging it with Fuji Xerox dashed by Icahn and fellow investor Darwin Deason.
Fujifilm has said that taking control of Xerox “is the only option for the American company to have a future,” and has emphasized that it’s waiting for Xerox to come up with a new offer.
Komori said Fujifilm is “not opposed to considering any new proposal from the new Xerox board if it’s beneficial for both firms,” but that the $40 per share sought by Icahn and Deason is “too high.”
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Visentin assures employees that Xerox will continue “to run the business well” and support its thousands of customers.
While the new Xerox board was scheduled to meet this week to discuss alternatives, Icahn’s previously published report, “Rescuing and Revitalizing an American Icon,” may provide some clues about what will happen next if Xerox isn’t sold.