FUJIY - FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation

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40.28
-0.16 (-0.40%)
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Previous Close40.44
Open40.28
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range40.28 - 40.28
52 Week Range35.67 - 43.44
Volume240
Avg. Volume20,358
Market Cap17.689B
Beta0.36
PE Ratio (TTM)13.79
EPS (TTM)2.92
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.66 (1.73%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-09-27
1y Target Est48.18
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  • Xerox explores sale of leasing finance unit - sources
    Reuters10 days ago

    Xerox explores sale of leasing finance unit - sources

    Divesting the leasing unit would relieve Xerox of roughly $3.6 billion in debt, one of the sources said. Activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason, who took control of Xerox earlier this year, are preparing to launch an auction for the company, which has a market capitalisation of $6.4 billion and total debt as of the end of March of $5.5 billion. Xerox has not made a final decision on selling the leasing finance unit, the sources said this week, asking not to be identified because the deliberations are confidential.

  • Xerox explores sale of leasing finance unit: sources
    Reuters10 days ago

    Xerox explores sale of leasing finance unit: sources

    Divesting the leasing unit would relieve Xerox of roughly $3.6 billion in debt, one of the sources said. Activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason, who took control of Xerox earlier this year, are preparing to launch an auction for the company, which has a market capitalization of $6.4 billion and total debt as of the end of March of $5.5 billion. Xerox has not made a final decision on selling the leasing finance unit, the sources said this week, asking not to be identified because the deliberations are confidential.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    Fuji Xerox chief sees no breakup of Fujifilm-Xerox JV

    The head of Fuji Xerox Co Ltd, the joint venture between Fujifilm Holdings Corp and Xerox Corp (XRX.N), on Tuesday said an escalating dispute between the partners will not lead to the venture's dissolution. "I'm confident a breakup will not happen because that wouldn't make sense (for Xerox) in terms of the energy, money and time it would take to do so," Fuji Xerox President Kouichi Tamai told Reuters in an interview. Photocopier maker Fuji Xerox, 75 percent owned by Japan's Fujifilm and the rest by U.S. copier firm Xerox, is central to a months-long battle between the partners over a $6.1 billion merger combining Xerox with the 56-year-old venture.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    Fuji Xerox chief sees no breakup of Fujifilm-Xerox JV

    The head of Fuji Xerox Co Ltd, the joint venture between Fujifilm Holdings Corp and Xerox Corp (XRX.N), on Tuesday said an escalating dispute between the partners will not lead to the venture's dissolution. "I'm confident a breakup will not happen because that wouldn't make sense (for Xerox) in terms of the energy, money and time it would take to do so," Fuji Xerox President Kouichi Tamai told Reuters in an interview. Photocopier maker Fuji Xerox, 75 percent owned by Japan's Fujifilm and the rest by U.S. copier firm Xerox, is central to a months-long battle between the partners over a $6.1 billion merger combining Xerox with the 56-year-old venture.

  • Fujifilm threatens to compete against Xerox if partnership not renewed
    Reuters26 days ago

    Fujifilm threatens to compete against Xerox if partnership not renewed

    Fujifilm Holdings Corp on Wednesday threatened to compete against Xerox Corp in Asia-Pacific and challenge it in America and Europe if it failed to renew its technology agreement in 2021. Xerox had said ...

  • Reuters26 days ago

    Fujifilm threatens to compete against Xerox if partnership not renewed

    (Reuters) - Fujifilm Holdings Corp on Wednesday threatened to compete against Xerox Corp (XRX.N) in Asia-Pacific and challenge it in America and Europe if it failed to renew its technology agreement in ...

  • New Xerox CEO Blasts Fujifilm's Efforts to Revive Merger Talks
    Bloomberg27 days ago

    New Xerox CEO Blasts Fujifilm's Efforts to Revive Merger Talks

    Xerox’s Chief Executive Officer John Visentin blasted his Fujifilm Holdings counterpart’s efforts to revive merger talks and warned he doesn’t plan to renew the companies’ Asia joint venture in 2021. Bloomberg's ...

  • Reuters28 days ago

    Xerox says to lower dependency on Fujifilm, seek new vendors

    Fujifilm sued Xerox last week for well over $1 billion (£0.7 billion), faulting the printer and copier company for succumbing to pressure from activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason in calling off a proposed merger agreed in January. In a letter to Fujifilm Chief Executive Officer Shigetaka Komori, Xerox's newly appointed CEO, John Visentin, cited "massive and ongoing accounting fraud at Fuji Xerox" and "numerous contractual breaches" as grounds to not renew the joint venture when it expires in 2021. "Simply put, Fujifilm has failed to prepare Fuji Xerox to comply with the laws and regulations applicable to U.S. public companies, and, as you and your advisors are surely aware, it would likely take years for any such compliance capability to be achieved," Visentin said in the letter.

  • The Wall Street Journal28 days ago

    [$$] Xerox CEO Calls Fujifilm Lawsuit ‘Misguided’

    Xerox Corp. Chief Executive John Visentin responded to Fujifilm Holdings Corp.’s lawsuit against the company calling it “desperate” and “misguided,” marking the new CEO’s first public statement about the suit. Earlier this month, Fujifilm sued Xerox for more than $1 billion after Xerox decided not to merge with the company. Fujifilm maintains that Xerox breached the transaction agreement and that its case will be validated, the company said in a statement Monday.

  • Xerox says to lower dependency on Fujifilm, seek new vendors
    Reuters28 days ago

    Xerox says to lower dependency on Fujifilm, seek new vendors

    Fujifilm sued Xerox last week for well over $1 billion, faulting the printer and copier company for succumbing to pressure from activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason in calling off a proposed merger agreed in January. In a letter to Fujifilm Chief Executive Officer Shigetaka Komori, Xerox's newly appointed CEO, John Visentin, cited "massive and ongoing accounting fraud at Fuji Xerox" and "numerous contractual breaches" as grounds to not renew the joint venture when it expires in 2021. "Simply put, Fujifilm has failed to prepare Fuji Xerox to comply with the laws and regulations applicable to U.S. public companies, and, as you and your advisors are surely aware, it would likely take years for any such compliance capability to be achieved," Visentin said in the letter.

  • Reuters28 days ago

    Xerox says to lower dependency on Fujifilm, seek new vendors

    Fujifilm sued Xerox last week for well over $1 billion, faulting the printer and copier company for succumbing to pressure from activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason in calling off a proposed merger agreed in January. In a letter to Fujifilm Chief Executive Officer Shigetaka Komori, Xerox's newly appointed CEO, John Visentin, cited "massive and ongoing accounting fraud at Fuji Xerox" and "numerous contractual breaches" as grounds to not renew the joint venture when it expires in 2021. "Simply put, Fujifilm has failed to prepare Fuji Xerox to comply with the laws and regulations applicable to U.S. public companies, and, as you and your advisors are surely aware, it would likely take years for any such compliance capability to be achieved," Visentin said in the letter.

  • New Xerox CEO Calls Fujifilm Moves to Renew Talks ‘Delusional’
    Bloomberg28 days ago

    New Xerox CEO Calls Fujifilm Moves to Renew Talks ‘Delusional’

    Xerox Corp.’s Chief Executive Officer John Visentin blasted his Fujifilm Holdings Corp. counterpart’s efforts to revive merger talks and warned he doesn’t plan to renew the companies’ Asia joint venture in 2021. Visentin, recently elevated to CEO after shareholders Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason won a court order blocking the companies’ $6.1 billion merger deal, said in a letter to Fujifilm chairman Shigetaka Komori on Monday that a lawsuit by Fujifilm was “nothing more than a desperate, misguided negotiating ploy to save a takeover” that has already been blocked by a judge because of the “surreptitious actions of your team.” Visentin said Fujifilm’s own accounting problems had made its deal with Xerox impossible to complete.

  • Xerox Judge Rejects Fujifilm Bid to Dissolve Deal Injunction
    Bloomberglast month

    Xerox Judge Rejects Fujifilm Bid to Dissolve Deal Injunction

    Fujifilm Holdings Corp. failed to persuade a Manhattan state judge to dissolve an order barring its planned merger with Xerox Corp., cutting off a possible option for keeping the deal alive. The company has claimed in a separate lawsuit it will suffer $1 billion in damages if it can’t cement the $6.1 billion takeover, which was thwarted by activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason. Deason sued Xerox in February in Manhattan state court to block the acquisition, accusing its former Chief Executive Officer Jeff Jacobson of acting without authorization to strike a deal that preserved his job at shareholders’ expense.

  • Is Xerox (XRX) in Trouble for Terminating Fujifilm Deal?
    Zackslast month

    Is Xerox (XRX) in Trouble for Terminating Fujifilm Deal?

    Xerox (XRX) may face a lawsuit from Fujifilm and might have to pay more than $1 billion along with other penalties.

  • Fujifilm Demands More Than $1B From Xerox for Scrapped Deal
    Zackslast month

    Fujifilm Demands More Than $1B From Xerox for Scrapped Deal

    Fujifilm (FUJIY) sues Xerox for more than $1 billion after merger termination.

  • Fortunelast month

    Fujifilm Is Suing Xerox for $1 Billion for Walking Away From Their Merger

    “Xerox has recently been subject to the whims of activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason."

  • Fujifilm sues Xerox for well over $1 billion after aborted merger
    Reuterslast month

    Fujifilm sues Xerox for well over $1 billion after aborted merger

    Fujifilm Holdings Corp sued Xerox Corp on Monday for well over $1 billion, faulting the printer and copier company for succumbing to pressure from activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason in calling off a proposed merger. In a complaint filed with the U.S. District Court in Manhattan, Fujifilm accused Xerox of breach of contract and engaging in "intentional and egregious conduct" in abandoning the $6.1 billion merger announced in January. Icahn, the billionaire, and Deason together owned 15 percent of Xerox shares, and said the merger undervalued the Norwalk, Connecticut-based company.

  • Fujifilm sues Xerox for well over $1 billion after aborted merger
    Reuterslast month

    Fujifilm sues Xerox for well over $1 billion after aborted merger

    Fujifilm Holdings Corp sued Xerox Corp (XRX.N) on Monday for well over $1 billion, faulting the printer and copier company for succumbing to pressure from activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason in calling off a proposed merger. In a complaint filed with the U.S. District Court in Manhattan, Fujifilm accused Xerox of breach of contract and engaging in "intentional and egregious conduct" in abandoning the $6.1 billion merger announced in January. Icahn, the billionaire, and Deason together owned 15 percent of Xerox shares, and said the merger undervalued the Norwalk, Connecticut-based company.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Fujifilm Sues Xerox for More Than $1 Billion After Canceled Merger

    Fujifilm Holdings Corp. is suing Xerox Corp. for breach of contract and estimated damages of more than $1 billion after the printer and copier company walked away from a planned merger earlier this year. Xerox reached a truce with activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason last month to terminate the deal it had in place with Fujifilm, but it is still fighting with Fujifilm over the soured merger the pair sought to prevent. Fujifilm’s federal lawsuit, filed in the Southern District of New York, alleges Xerox unlawfully terminated an agreement to combine with Fuji Xerox, a joint venture between the two companies, due to pressure from Messrs.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    Fujifilm Sues Xerox for More Than $1 Billion After Canceled Merger

    Fujifilm Holdings Corp. is suing Xerox Corp. for breach of contract and estimated damages of more than $1 billion after the printer and copier company walked away from a planned merger earlier this year. Xerox reached a truce with activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason last month to terminate the deal it had in place with Fujifilm, but it is still fighting with Fujifilm over the soured merger the pair sought to prevent. Fujifilm’s federal lawsuit, filed in the Southern District of New York, alleges Xerox unlawfully terminated an agreement to combine with Fuji Xerox, a joint venture between the two companies, due to pressure from Messrs.

  • New Xerox CEO Blasts Fujifilm's Efforts to Revive Merger Talks
    Bloomberg Video27 days ago

    New Xerox CEO Blasts Fujifilm's Efforts to Revive Merger Talks

    Jun.25 -- Xerox’s Chief Executive Officer John Visentin blasted his Fujifilm Holdings counterpart’s efforts to revive merger talks and warned he doesn’t plan to renew the companies’ Asia joint venture in 2021. Bloomberg's Lisa Du reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."

  • Fujifilm Sues Xerox, Seeking $1 Billion Over Failed Takeover
    Bloomberg Videolast month

    Fujifilm Sues Xerox, Seeking $1 Billion Over Failed Takeover

    Jun.18 -- Fujifilm Holdings accused Xerox of caving to the whims of Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason in backing out of a $6.1 billion takeover deal. Fujifilm sued Xerox Monday in Manhattan federal court over the failed takeover, seeking more than $1 billion in damages. Bloomberg's Lisa Du reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."

  • Fujifilm sues Xerox for over $1 bln
    Reuters Videoslast month

    Fujifilm sues Xerox for over $1 bln

    Fujifilm Holdings sued Xerox for well over $1 billion, faulting it for succumbing to pressure from activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason. Fred Katayama reports.