Headline Rollup for February 13, 2018

Xerox Responds to Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason Open Letter

NORWALK, Conn. — Xerox (NYSE: XRX) today issued the following letter from its Board of Directors to its shareholders in response to the February 12, 2018 letter from Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason

Xerox Enhances Channel Partner Productivity with New MPS Essentials Suite

Xerox channel partners now have a single bundle of core Managed Print Services (MPS) software solutions to offer that will drive recurring revenue for themselves and better productivity for their small- and medium-size business (SMB) customers. Xerox’s new MPS Essentials Suite adds value as a package of tools for providing secure authentication, mobile print functionality, advanced scanning capabilities and productivity-enhancing apps to make MPS deployment easy and profitable.

Xerox Responds to Darwin Deason Lawsuit

Xerox (NYSE: XRX) today issued the following statement regarding a lawsuit filed by Darwin Deason on February 13, 2018, in the Supreme Court of the State of New York, New York County.

HP Announce 4 New 3D Printers Including Full-Color Printers

Technology giant HP have continued their 3D printing mission by announcing 4 new 3D printers. These 3D printers still use their Multi Jet Fusion technology but are focused on small to medium-sized product development.

Fujifilm’s Xerox Buyout – Let’s Follow the Money It’s Not $6.1 billion. It’s a Share Exchange??

In our January 31 Commentary on Fujifilm’s proposed Xerox acquisition we stated the following:

Although Xerox was valued at US$8 billion at the close of trade on Tuesday, Fujifilm announced Wednesday that they only paid $6.1 billion for the company. That seems like a big US$1.9 billion win for Fujifilm especially since there was no cash out for Fujifilm as it will be using “unrealized profit” from its Fuji Xerox interest to make the purchase.

Get the Best MPS Partner — Ask These 17 Questions

There are MANY benefits of outsourcing the management of your laser printers and copiers to a managed print services (MPS) partner.


THE DOOMSDAY CLOCK now stands at two minutes until midnight, meaning that, according to the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, humanity is closer to nuclear war than we’ve been since 1953. Economists are worried about a different kind of conflict: a trade war with China.

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