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Former Xerox CEO Jacobson lands new job in California

Jeffrey Jacobson has re-emerged as CEO of Electronics for Imaging Inc., a digital printing technology company.

Fujifilm wins court ruling; expects to reopen Xerox negotiations

“All Xerox shareholders ought to be able to decide for themselves the operational, financial, and strategic merits of the transaction to combine Fuji Xerox and Xerox," Fujifilm said after the ruling.

Xerox shareholders urge court to maintain injunction against Fujifilm Holdings

Xerox shareholder counsel Richard Marooney argued that lifting an injunction blocking the companies' merger would enable Fujifilm Holdings to pursue the terminated transaction.

Xerox chairman makes first insider stock buy in four years

Keith Cozza’s purchase is the largest transaction of its kind since Stephen Robert, a member of the Xerox board in 2004, bought 50,000 shares.

Xerox reportedly mulls sale of leasing unit

A report citing "people familiar with the matter" claimed the unit’s sale would relieve Xerox of approximately $3.6 million in debt.

Xerox CEO aims to cut ties with Fujifilm Holdings

Xerox Corp. responded to the $1 billion lawsuit filed by Fujifilm Holdings by denigrating the Japanese company and announcing that it would be seeking new partners in the Asia-Pacific market.

Fujifilm sues Xerox for $1B over scuttled acquisition

The percolating drama between Xerox Corp. and Fujifilm Holdings has boiled over as the Japanese company filed a $1 billion lawsuit against Xerox for terminating their $6.1 billion acquisition deal.

Xerox CEO John Visentin added to Fuji Xerox board of directors

Visentin’s presence could be viewed as a sore reminder of Fujifilm’s $6.1 billion aborted acquisition of the Norwalk-headquartered Xerox.

Fujifilm plans lawsuit against Xerox over voided acquisition

Fujifilm President and Chief Operating Officer Kenji Sukeno declared the Norwalk-headquartered Xerox "has no right to scrap the contract unilaterally."

Xerox ends Fujifilm deal, Jacobson out as CEO

The $6.1 billion acquisition of Xerox Corp. by Fujifilm Holdings was terminated and CEO Jeffrey Jacobson and Chairman Robert Keegan resigned. Keith Cozza, CEO of Icahn Enterprises L.P., will be the new chairman of the board and John Visentin, previously announced as vice chairman and CEO, will finally take over those jobs.

Xerox plans to reopen negotiations with Fujifilm

Xerox stated shareholders Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason do not have "the right to speak for all shareholders or deprive any shareholders of their right to be heard.

Icahn and Deason renew volleys at Xerox board

Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason raised the possibility of voiding Xerox’s $6.1 billion acquisition deal with Fujifilm Holdings in favor of an all-cash bid with a $40 per share minimum.

Xerox reverses itself and returns Jacobson as chief executive

Xerox Corp. has announced the return of Jeffrey Jacobson as CEO, a position he was ousted from two days earlier.

Jacobson out as Xerox chief executive

Xerox CEO Jeffrey Jacobson and six board members have resigned as part of a settlement with shareholders Darwin Deason and Carl Ichan over the company's acquisition deal with Fujifilm Holdings.

Judge temporarily blocks Xerox-Fujifilm deal

A New York judge temporarily blocked the $6.1 billion deal that would have enabled Fujifilm Holdings to acquire Norwalk-based Xerox Corp.