Headline Rollup for April 13, 2017
TOKYO — Toshiba‘s earnings announcement on Tuesday for the nine months ended December has done little to assuage the doubts of the industrial conglomerate’s creditors, as its prospects remain murky.
Toshiba Corp. may forgo the highest bid for its semiconductor business, from Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., because of likely opposition from the Japanese and American governments, according to people familiar with the matter.
Boeing will begin using at least four 3D-printed titanium parts to construct its 787 Dreamliner aircraft and may some day rely on as many as 1,000 parts created via additive manufacturing.
The 201A remanufactured coloured cartridges are for the HP M252 series of JetIntelligence printers. The new cartridges are said to “provide an OEM like user experience and print performance” and the company’s research and development “helped their engineers address the challenges of the new JetIntelligence designs” to build the OEM alternative.
The refilling station’s inks work with HP, Canon or Epson printers and produce the same high resolution as the brand name cartridges and Cosco said that “Our automated precision refilling system ensures that you will get top quality results every time you refill”.
Pagewide inkjet printing is set to disrupt the office printing.
So says Tim Strunk, an industry consultant of Photizo, in a 60-min webinar, as reported by opi.net.
NORWALK, Conn. — Xerox announced today that Pete Peterson will serve as senior vice president of Global Channel Strategy. As the team lead, Peterson will be responsible for revenue and profit growth, as well as leading and executing targeted investments across direct and indirect channels worldwide.