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Jeff Jacobson to Become CEO of Xerox Corp. Following Completion of Separation

The board of directors at Xerox appointed Jeff Jacobson as CEO of Xerox Corp. following the completion of the company’s planned separation into two publicly traded companies. Jacobson currently serves as president of Xerox Technology and will continue in his current role until the separation is complete. "Jeff is a great leader with a passion for our business and employees, deep customer relationships and a clear strategic vision to capitalize on the opportunities ahead," comments Ursula Burns.

Commentary
GRAPH EXPO 16
Graph Expo 16 to Offer Education, Solutions for Marketers, Creative Professionals, Print Buyers

At Graph Expo 16, the graphic communications industry's latest business building tools, technologies and techniques will be on display. The event takes place Sept. 25-28, 2016, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. "At Graph Expo 16, with the latest technology demonstrated across the show floor and education that tackles how to grow and drive sales, how to manage and how to keep costs down, show visitors will gain all of the tools they need now to move their companies forward," says GASC President Thayer Long.


The Week That Was
NPES Commends Bipartisan House Postal Reform Initiative That Will Revitalize USPS

The House Oversight and Government Reform (OGR) Committee has crafted a bipartisan postal reform discussion draft as a precursor to introducing legislation later in June. Summarized, the draft attempts to enhance revenue and improve efficiency, streamline the governance and oversight of the Postal Service, and most notably from a financial standpoint, integrate postal retiree healthcare with Medicare.

HP Reported Its 'Best-Ever' drupa

drupa was a landmark success for HP, which well-exceeded its ambitious 2016 worldwide goals and surpassed drupa 2012 results by 25%.

In Depth
Sticking to Core Competency

Core Publishing Solutions, the print production arm of Thomson Reuters, specializes in one-color book manufacturing, using lightweight papers, foil stamping and embossing to set its work apart from other manufacturers. As one of the top 10 book manufacturers in the U.S., Core Publishing now relies on two recent equipment acquisitions: a Océ VarioPrint i300 and an HP PageWide T360.


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