Xerox Corp

+$0.24 (+1.6%)
Closing price March 29, 2023
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The collapse of a merger of Xerox with an arm of Japanese company Fujifilm leaves troubled Xerox with a difficult future, after years of efforts by a string of executives to turn around its business.
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