Dallas billionaire Darwin Deason takes his battle with tech giant Xerox public

The following appears on dallasnews.com

By Conor Shine – Eight years after he sold his company to Xerox and became one of the office technology giant’s largest shareholders, Dallas businessman Darwin Deason is going on the offensive with a push for changes to Xerox’s board and a call for more transparency about its partnership with Japan’s Fujifilm.

Deason, who sold Affiliated Computer Services to Xerox in 2010 for $6.4 billion, sent a public letter to Xerox’s board of directors Wednesday calling for changes to “protect all Xerox shareholders and to ensure that [Xerox] does not take further steps to damage our collective shareholding investment.”

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