A GPO contracting officer allowed Cenveo to alter its bid, the GPO-led investigation found, which then made its bid the lowest price.
The 10% tariff that the Trump administration has imposed on imported aluminum is now being passed through as a surcharge by major lithographic printing plate manufacturers to their U.S. offset printing customers.
The U.S. Department of Commerce slightly lowered tariffs on imported Canadian newsprint from a maximum 32%, to a maximum 20.26% duty.
As part of presenting Xerox's second quarter financial results, new CEO John Visentin also confirmed that Xerox's new leadership is not conducting an auction process to look for a potential buyer.
The U.S. Department of Justice decided to end the Census contract that had been initially awarded by the GPO to Cenveo.
In response to Fuji's $1B lawsuit, Xerox Vice Chairman and CEO John Visentin blamed the accounting scandal at Fuji Xerox as a main reason why the proposed $6.1 billion acquisition of Xerox by Fuji fell through and, at the same time, announced plans to sever their long-standing Fuji-Xerox partnership.
Fuji filed a new lawsuit June 18 claiming that Xerox breached its agreement with the company by making a unilateral decision to terminate the proposed agreement to combine Fuji Xerox and Xerox, without legitimate cause.
The offset and digital printing presses shut down on June 15 at Ann Arbor, Mich.-based book and journal printer Edwards Brother Malloy, ending the storied timeline of an independent, family-run business that dates back to its founding in 1893.
Bipartisan PRINT (Protecting Rational Incentives in Newsprint Trade) Act would suspend tariffs on Canadian uncoated groundwood pap
Xerox has terminated its proposed $6.1 billion transaction with Fuji and replaced Xerox CEO Jeff Jacobson with new CEO John Visentin.
Owners of the new four-color digital press, which prints four colors plus specialty metallic dry inks in one pass, lauded the Iridesse at a Xerox customer event this week that drew several in-plant managers.
Just when we thought things were settled with Xerox, the company let the deal reached earlier this week lapse. This means CEO Jeff Jacobson and several members of the Xerox board who had agreed to resign will remain in place. For now.
The Xerox CEO and several board of directors resigned yesterday in an agreement reached with dissident Xerox shareholders Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason.
Darwin Deason and Carl Icahn have launched full-court press to convince Xerox shareholders to oppose the acquisition of Xerox by Fuji.
Darwin Deason claims Xerox CEO Jeff Jacobson continued to pursue a deal with Fuji, even after the Xerox board instructed him not to.