Headline Rollups for May 15, 2018
Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason have emerged victorious in the war over control of Xerox – the proposed takeover deal with Fujifilm is now off and Xerox CEO Jeff Jacobson will be replaced by John Visentin. However, Fujifilm has disputed the decision and is reviewing its legal position.
Konica Minolta Financial Results
Sharp Appoints Mike Marusic To The Position Of President And CEO, Sharp Imaging And Information Company Of America
MONTVALE, N.J., May 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Sharp Electronics Corporation (SEC) today announces that Mike Marusichas been named President and CEO, Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA), effective June 4, 2018, replacing Doug Albregts who has resigned from Sharp to pursue a new opportunity. In this position, Marusic will report directly to Ted Kawamura, Chairman of SEC, and will be responsible for directing the strategic growth and profitability of Sharp’s Business to Business (B2B) operations. Doug Albregts will remain in the position until June 1, 2018to ensure a smooth transition.
Notice on the Differences between Toshiba Corporation’s Forecast for FY2017and Actual Consolidated Business Results
Toshiba Corporation announces the difference between the Company’s forecast and the actual consolidated business results for FY2017 full year, ending March 31, 2018. The actual results replace the forecast announced on February 14, 2018.
Metal additive manufacturing technology is now being used in the construction of naval warships, thanks to a partnership between 3D Systems and Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Newport News Shipbuilding division.
Company appoints a dozen dealers and recruits news regional sales managers
Lod, Israel – Massivit 3D, the leading provider of large format 3D printing solutions for visual communication, has announced the worldwide expansion of its dealer network as well as key appointments to its sales team to support the growing adoption of its pioneering technology.
As additive manufacturing continues to make its way into more global operations across a broader variety of verticals, increasing attention is being paid to the business implications of digitization