Xerox Should Look to Copy Fujifilm’s Success

People these days spend more time in offices googling and Skyping than xeroxing documents. That’s why Xerox, the once-mighty corporate titan, has had to look for ways to reinvent itself.

That may even mean the end of independence for the 111-year-old U.S. company, which is now worth just $7.7 billion—around one-sixth of its value at its peak in 1999. Xerox is discussing possible deals with Japan’s Fujifilm, its longtime joint-venture partner, which may involve a change of control, according to The Wall Street Journal. No financial... Nguồn: www.wsj.com