Xerox aborts $6.1bn sale to Japan’s Fujifilm

Technology firm Xerox has ended its controversial sale to Japan’s Fujifilm after reaching a deal with activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason. Together, they own 15% of Xerox and had opposed the $6.1bn (£4.5bn) deal as they said it undervalued the …
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