It took half a year, but Windows 10 has finally surpassed Windows XP.
In January, Windows 10 had been installed on 11.9% of the world's PCs, according...
Windows 10 finally surpasses XP
February 3, 2016
Xerox to Separate into Two Market-Leading Public Companies Following Completion of Comprehensive Structural Review
January 29, 2016
Xerox (NYSE: XRX) announced today the results of its review of the company’s portfolio and capital allocation options announced in October 2015. The Board of the company has unanimously approved management's plan to separate Xerox into two independent publicly- traded companies, each of which will be a leader in its respective industry.
“Today Xerox is taking further affirmative steps to drive shareholder value by announcing it will separate into two strong, independent, publicly traded companies,” said Ursula Burns, chairman and chief executive officer of Xerox. “These two companies will be well positioned to lead in their respective rapidly evolving markets and capitalize on the opportunities that now exist to expand margins and increase market share.”
“I am confident that the extensive structural review we conducted over the last few months has produced the right path forward for our company. We will now position the companies for success and execute our plan to separate them in the shortest possible timeframe while continuing to focus on achieving our 2016 goals,” added Burns.
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