Xerox Mobilizes Print Services for People On the Go; Delivers New Revenue Stream for Businesses with Instant Print Kiosk

NORWALK, Conn., Feb. 27, 2019 – Venues, businesses and campuses frequented by mobile technology users can now generate a new revenue stream with the Xerox Instant Print Kiosk. The kiosk Continue ReadingXerox Mobilizes Print Services for People On the Go; Delivers New Revenue Stream for Businesses with Instant Print Kiosk

Braintree Meets Lucrative Market Opportunity with Two Xerox iGen 5 150s

BRAINTREE, Mass. – February 26, 2019 – Braintree Printing of Braintree, Mass., has historically been known for its high volume, offset printing. They service the trade in New Jersey, New Continue ReadingBraintree Meets Lucrative Market Opportunity with Two Xerox iGen 5 150s

Xerox to Showcase Productivity-Boosting Inkjet Technologies and Software Solutions at Hunkeler Innovationdays

The company will display its end-to-end solutions that bridge the physical and digital along with the new Xerox Rialto 900 MP Inkjet Press NORWALK, Conn. — Xerox will present a portfolio Continue ReadingXerox to Showcase Productivity-Boosting Inkjet Technologies and Software Solutions at Hunkeler Innovationdays

EU Ready to Target Caterpillar, Xerox If Trump Hits Cars, Official Says

The following appears on Bloomberg.com By Jonathan Stearns and Irina Vilcu – Caterpillar Inc. trucks, Xerox Corp. machines and Samsonite International SA luggage are among U.S. goods that would face retaliatory European Union tariffs should President Donald Trump follow through Continue ReadingEU Ready to Target Caterpillar, Xerox If Trump Hits Cars, Official Says

Texas Settles with [Conduit] for $235 Million Out of “Desire to Buy Peace and Avoid Further Litigation”

EDITED: Xerox has asked that I add the following to this page: The State of Texas sued several companies, including Conduent and its former parent, Xerox, for alleged losses between Continue ReadingTexas Settles with [Conduit] for $235 Million Out of “Desire to Buy Peace and Avoid Further Litigation”