John Visentin

Ashley Roberts is the Managing Editor of the Printing & Packaging Group.

On this episode of The Week that Was, Xerox announced the unexpected death of CEO and vice chairman John Visentin; Meyers was purchased by the third generation of the Dillon family; and Keep US Posted applauded the PRC's investigation into the impact of planned postage increases.

Xerox announced $235 million of operating cash flow from continuing operations in Q4, up $129 million from Q3 and down $163 million year-over-year, with plans to create separate software, financing, and innovation businesses, as well as launch a $250 million corporate venture capital fund.

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