Headline Rollup for April 21, 2016

Intel to slash 12,000 jobs worldwide amid major restructuring

Intel Corp. said Tuesday it will restructure the company, reducing 12,000 positions globally — about 11 percent of employees — by mid-2017.

The Santa Clara, California-based company said the initiative will accelerate its “evolution from a PC company to one that powers the cloud and billions of smart, connected computing devices.”


Xerox Helps County Fight Forged Deeds as Real Estate Crime Escalates Nationwide

NORWALK, Conn. —  All too often, real estate crime starts with a forged deed. The process is simple. A blank deed is filled out claiming that the property owner is transferring the property to someone else. Once the document is notarized and a fee is paid to the recorder of deeds, the document is part of the official record of ownership. Armed with a fraudulent deed, con artists can take out big mortgages and disappear.


Fujifilm seen snapping up record profit on instant cameras

TOKYO — Fujifilm Holdings is projected to achieve a record group operating profit of around 220 billion yen ($2 billion) for the fiscal year ending in March 2017, mainly by boosting sales of instant cameras in the West.


Toshiba Recycles Nearly 200 Tons of e-Waste in 2015

To underscore its continuing commitment to create a more sustainable planet, Toshiba America Business Solutions today announces it recycled 174 tons of used toner products in 2015.


HP and Exeed Partner to Bring Managed Print to Kiwi SMBs

Managed Print Services isn’t something new. For large enterprise customers HP New Zealand has been offering them the ability to pay per page for a number of years. HP New Zealand and one of their key local distributors; Exeed have partnered to provide this enterprise-level offering for SMB channel partners and their clients.


Staples-Office Depot case closes

Analysis of the trial as it ends sees investors “increasingly optimistic” the deal will go ahead, especially with the judge having been “critical” of the government case.


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