Headline Rollups for May 10, 2018
NORWALK, Conn. — Xerox (NYSE: XRX) today issued the following letter from its Board of Directors to its shareholders.
Xerox, battling shareholder disapproval over its US$6.1 billion deal with Fujifilm Holdings, reported on Wednesday a 42.5 percent plunge in quarterly profit, partly due to a charge linked to its venture with the Japanese firm.
This important date is just the beginning of an ongoing requirement to provide data and privacy protection. While GDPR is a regulation issued by the European Parliament, it has far-reaching implications for any organization that controls or processes data of European Union (EU) residents.
Hanover Park, Ill. – The new Acuity LED 1600R is the latest addition to Fujifilm’s popular Acuity Series, offering customers a flexible, lower cost alternative to the successful Acuity LED 1600 II hybrid press that recently achieved its 1,000th global install.
Help your customers embrace their sense of touch and experience print in new ways.
Print does not need to be limited to the sense of sight but can also be a tactile experience. Now you can have graphics that not only look good but feel good too.
Far fewer people would be able to read, many would still speak Latin, news of historic events would never have reached us, and the greatest scientific discoveries would have arrived centuries late. If printing hadn’t been invented, that is.
Lexmark is celebrating National Teacher Appreciation Week by giving away a new multifunction printer to one deserving K-12 educator.