Headline Rollups for January 18, 2018
Thirty-five years ago this week, Apple introduced a computer that changed the way people communicated with their electronic devices, using graphical icons and visual indicators rather than punched cards or text-based commands.
HP is on a quest to reinvent printing for the digital age. Alyssa Julya Smith was in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show with Enrique Lores, President of Imaging & Printing at HP to discuss the emerging technologies that are revolutionizing print.
TOKYO — Ricoh expects operating profit to rise more than fivefold to over 50 billion yen ($451 million) in the fiscal year starting in April as restructuring costs pass and revamped operations improve margins.
Rochester, New York, was once a global hub of imaging technology. Now its unemployed technicians and engineers hope their trailblazing mayor can turn things around.
With a GDP of nearly $19 trillion and a population in excess of 323 million, the United States is the largest consumer market in the world.
With HP and Epson now also signing up to Amazon’s replenishment program, is the online retail giant posing a growing threat to the remanufacturing industry?
Another major private investor in Xerox has taken issue with the firm’s strategy, specifically its relationship with Fujifilm.