Headline Rollup for September 28, 2017

Konica Minolta accelerating growth within industrial markets

Brussels, Belgium – Konica Minolta at Labelexpo today has announced a “100th customer” milestone, strategic partnership in Europe with finishing specialist GM and the launch of a new product to underpin its accelerating growth path within industrial printing.


Fuji Xerox Australian market share sinks after tough year

Fuji Xerox’s Australian market share has sunk over the past 12 months following a tumultuous period that led to a major fraud investigation by its parent company.


Print renaissance: The value of print in the age of distraction

Far from being dead, print is enjoying a resurgence as a way for people to disconnect from the noisy online world. As a trusted and tangible medium, the printed page provides longevity and an emotional connection that cannot be replicated by a screen. Print has the potential to disrupt digital media channels, rather than be disrupted by them. So why has print endured, and how can it be made relevant for today’s digital world?


Western Digital seeks injunction to block Toshiba sale

A new article by Reuters reveals that Western Digital is now seeking an injunction in a bid to halt Toshiba’s chip business sale to a rival. 

Western Digital, a US firm “which jointly invests in Toshiba’s main chip plant”, made the announcement of its pending injunction yesterday. This legal action is the latest chapter in the long tale of Toshiba’s decision to sell the chip business, which the Japanese conglomerate first mentioned at the start of this year.


Chip sweepstakes wind down as Toshiba inks ¥2 trillion deal with Bain group

Toshiba Corp. signed a final agreement to sell its flash memory chip business to a group led by Bain Capital for about ¥2 trillion ($18 billion), moving a step closer to completing the deal after months of contentious negotiations.


Toshiba empire crumbles as talent, morale drain away

TOKYO — Toshiba on Wednesday finally decided to sell its prized memory unit to a consortium led by U.S. investment fund Bain Capital, with South Korean chipmaker SK Hynix and Apple also on board. But the Japanese conglomerate faces a fresh set of challenges, including possible legal action and damage to key assets.


Epson Expands All-In-One Supertank Printer Line and Improves Design with Seven New Additions to EcoTank Portfolio

LONG BEACH, Calif. – Sept. 28, 2017 – Epson America, Inc., a leading provider of superior performing printing solutions, today announced its newest additions to the Supertank line of cartridge-free EcoTank® printers, including three new Expression® EcoTank home models and two new WorkForce® EcoTank printers for the small medium business market. Additionally, Epson introduced two new printers to its EcoTank portfolio – Expression Premium – which offer a five-color ink system for improved photo and document print quality. All seven models offer a new industrial design featuring integrated ink tanks with uniquely keyed auto-stop ink bottles for easy filling of each color.

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