Sunday, January 21, 2018

Top shareholders Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason call for Xerox to sell

A. Spokesman

Xerox

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“The Xerox board of directors and management are confident with the strategic direction in which the company is heading and we will continue to take action to achieve our common goal of creating value for all Xerox shareholders."  (The Xerox management team thinks it has enough votes to push through a forthcoming agreement with Fuji that will effectively function as a poison pill against any future sale.)