In this edition of The Week that Was, in response to the $1 billion lawsuit filed by Fujifilm against Xerox on June 18, Xerox Vice Chairman and CEO John Visentin responded with a public letter addressed to Fujifilm chairman Shigetaka Komori.
In other news, Landa Digital Printing announced the completion of $300 million equity financing, led by private investment firm SKion and joined by specialty chemicals group ALTANA, an already-existing shareholder. Benny Landa, the company's founder and chairman, continues to be its majority shareholder.
Ricoh unveiled its newest edition to its inkjet portfolio. The RICOH Pro VC70000 continuous-feed press is designed to accelerate the transfer of offset print volumes to digital.
Finally, one 10-year-old girl had a big dream that she made reality. With the help of Lawrence, Kansas-based Allen Press, Ava Middleton, along with her brother and a friend, designed and published a magazine called "Mills Farm Magazine Kids' Edition."