Headline Rollup for May 2, 2017
Ricoh announced today the difference between its forecasted consolidated operating results previously announced on April 11, 2017 and the actual results ended March 31, 2017.
The Serious Fraud Office will consider any new information which might require further action after Fuji Xerox revealed accounting irregularities at its local subsidiary will cause losses of $285 million.
Until now, the language of 3D printing has been lacking in three noteworthy terms: high productivity, low cost of parts, and reliable quality.
One of Japan’s former tech giants is in the emergency room and struggling to stay alive, saying earlier this month that it doubted its “ability to continue as a going concern.” Its most recent hospital visit was caused by a disastrous acquisition. But its overall health has deteriorated over the past two decades, as it failed to age gracefully into a new global economy.
Hyland Software Inc, a U.S. business software company owned by buyout firm Thoma Bravo LLC, is nearing a deal to acquire the software division of printer maker Lexmark International Inc for nearly $1.5 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.
Apogee Corporation Ltd (“Apogee” or “the Group”) today announces its acquisition of Danwood, the UK’s largest independent provider of document technology and managed print services, for an undisclosed sum. The addition of Danwood to the Apogee Group will create Europe’s largest independent provider of managed services for print, document and process technology. The existing Apogee Board of Directors, led by Joint CEOs Jason Collins and Robin Stanton-Gleaves, will continue to manage the Group following the acquisition.
Life is certainly brighter for Sun Life Print Services as the in-plant has evolved its Web to print solution over the last four years.