FUJIY - FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation

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40.32
-0.03 (-0.09%)
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Previous Close40.35
Open0.00
Bid0.00 x 0
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Day's Range0.00 - 0.00
52 Week Range
Volume0
Avg. Volume9,856
Market Cap17.547B
Beta0.44
PE Ratio (TTM)10.65
EPS (TTM)3.79
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.66 (1.66%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-09-27
1y Target Est52.38
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  • Big Xerox Investors Oppose Fujfilm Merger
    Bloomberg Video2 days ago

    Big Xerox Investors Oppose Fujfilm Merger

    Apr.17 -- Xerox Corp.’s board told Chief Executive Officer Jeff Jacobson in November to stop negotiations with Fujifilm Holdings because it was considering firing him, the Wall Street Journal reports. Bloomberg's Ed Hammond has more on "Bloomberg Markets."

  • The Wall Street Journal2 hours ago

    [$$] Xerox Says CEO Had Authority on Fujifilm Deal Talks

    Xerox Corp. defended Chief Executive Jeff Jacobson against a billionaire shareholder’s accusations and said he had proper board authority to negotiate a deal with Fujifilm Holdings Inc.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Icahn, Deason suggest monetising Xerox assets over Fujifilm merger

    The suggestions include removing Xerox's current management and monetizing the company's "untapped" intellectual property in digital printing and other businesses. Icahn and Deason, who own a combined 15 percent of Xerox, have repeatedly urged fellow shareholders to oppose the $6.1 billion Fuji-Xerox deal. The shareholder duo has said the merger dramatically undervalues Xerox and criticized the deal structure, which calls for the U.S. firm to be combined into the Fuji Xerox joint venture, as being convoluted.

  • Bloomberg2 days ago

    Icahn, Deason Step Up Xerox Battle With New Letter to Investors

    The acrimonious fight over the future of Xerox Corp. looks set to worsen after two of its largest shareholders, activist investor Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason, released a report alleging widespread corporate ...

  • Xerox Board Ordered CEO To Stop Fuji Negotiations
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Xerox Board Ordered CEO To Stop Fuji Negotiations

    Xerox Corp.’s board told Chief Executive Officer Jeff Jacobson in November to stop negotiations with Fujifilm Holdings because it was considering firing him, the Wall Street Journal reports. Bloomberg's ...

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] Xerox Board Ordered CEO to Stop Negotiating With Fuji; Instead, He Raced to a Deal, Lawsuit Alleges

    Xerox’s board told Chief Executive Jeff Jacobson in November to stop negotiations with Fujifilm Holdings because it was considering firing him. Instead, the executive raced to strike a complex deal.

  • Lawsuit alleges Xerox CEO disregarded board in pursuing Fuji deal: WSJ
    Reuters4 days ago

    Lawsuit alleges Xerox CEO disregarded board in pursuing Fuji deal: WSJ

    Fujifilm and Xerox struck a $6.1 billion deal in January to combine the U.S. company into their existing joint venture, Fuji Xerox, to gain scale and cut costs as demand for office printing equipment declines. The board advised Jacobson in November to halt negotiations because it was considering firing him, the newspaper reported, citing an amended suit filed in a New York state court on Sunday by Darwin Deason, a Xerox holder who opposes the deal, saying it undervalues the copier and printer company.

  • Lawsuit alleges Xerox CEO disregarded board in pursuing Fuji deal - WSJ
    Reuters4 days ago

    Lawsuit alleges Xerox CEO disregarded board in pursuing Fuji deal - WSJ

    Fujifilm and Xerox struck a $6.1 billion (£4.2 billion) deal in January to combine the U.S. company into their existing joint venture, Fuji Xerox, to gain scale and cut costs as demand for office printing equipment declines. The board advised Jacobson in November to halt negotiations because it was considering firing him, the newspaper reported, citing an amended suit filed in a New York state court on Sunday by Darwin Deason, a Xerox holder who opposes the deal, saying it undervalues the copier and printer company.

  • Fortune11 days ago

    FujiFilm Is Killing Off Black & White Film and Photographic Paper

    An era comes to an end.

  • FUJIFILM Expands into Healthcare With Latest Acquisition
    Zacks18 days ago

    FUJIFILM Expands into Healthcare With Latest Acquisition

    FUJIFILM's (FUJIY) investments into pharmaceutical manufacturing, partnerships and acquisitions are expected to boost penetration in the healthcare market.

  • Reuters22 days ago

    Fujifilm to buy two biotech units from JXTG for $800 million

    Fujifilm Holdings said it would buy two biotechnology units of Japan's JXTG Holdings Inc for about $800 million, as it looks to boost its healthcare business. Fujifilm is seeking growth through buying businesses involved in regenerative medicine and pharmaceuticals, while it plans to gain scale in the existing photocopier business through its planned $6.1 billion acquisition of Xerox Corp. Past deals include the purchase of Cellular Dynamics International Inc, a U.S. biotechnology firm.

  • Fujifilm to buy two biotech units from JXTG for $800 million
    Reuters22 days ago

    Fujifilm to buy two biotech units from JXTG for $800 million

    Fujifilm Holdings said it would buy two biotechnology units of Japan's JXTG Holdings Inc for about $800 million, as it looks to boost its healthcare business. Fujifilm is seeking growth through buying businesses involved in regenerative medicine and pharmaceuticals, while it plans to gain scale in the existing photocopier business through its planned $6.1 billion acquisition of Xerox Corp. Past deals include the purchase of Cellular Dynamics International Inc, a U.S. biotechnology firm.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    Icahn Taps Tech Executive to Prepare for Proxy Fight With Xerox

    Activist investor Carl Icahn has enlisted the help of former technology executive John Visentin to help prepare for a proxy fight with Xerox Corp. and to explore strategic alternatives for the printer and copier maker. Mr. Icahn reached out to Mr. Visentin as a consultant to help with those processes, part of his pushback against a deal Xerox struck with Fujifilm Holdings Corp. in January that would mash Xerox together with a Fuji-Xerox joint venture and give the Japanese company control of the new entity.

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  • ‘A Childhood Memory.’ How Masazumi Imai Designed the X-Series Cameras for Fujifilm
    Fortunelast month

    ‘A Childhood Memory.’ How Masazumi Imai Designed the X-Series Cameras for Fujifilm

    "That's the camera I saw when I was a child."

  • Hologic Rival Cites Abuse in $4 Billion Breast-Screening Sector
    Bloomberglast month

    Hologic Rival Cites Abuse in $4 Billion Breast-Screening Sector

    Hologic Inc.’s control of the market for 3D breast imaging in cancer screening is based on misuse of its patents and litigation, Fujifilm Holdings Corp. said in a lawsuit accusing its bigger rival of antitrust ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Timeline: Icahn and Deason's fight with Xerox

    Icahn and Deason, who together own a 15.2 percent stake in Xerox, have vigorously opposed the $6.1 billion takeover of Xerox by Fujifilm, saying the deal 'dramatically undervalues' the photocopier. In the latest from the onslaught of lawsuits and open letters against Xerox, Deason filed a lawsuit on Friday seeking to nominate directors to Xerox's board in a bid to stop the deal.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Timeline: Icahn and Deason's fight with Xerox

    Icahn and Deason, who together own a 15.2 percent stake in Xerox, have vigorously opposed the $6.1 billion takeover of Xerox by Fujifilm, saying the deal 'dramatically undervalues' the photocopier. In the latest from the onslaught of lawsuits and open letters against Xerox, Deason filed a lawsuit on Friday seeking to nominate directors to Xerox's board in a bid to stop the deal.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Deason sues Xerox to allow new board nominations

    Hedge fund manager Darwin Deason filed a new lawsuit against Xerox Corp on Friday after it refused to allow him to make nominations to its board after a deadline, the latest blows in a row over its proposed merger with Fujifilm Holdings Corp. Xerox earlier on Friday said Deason did not have the right to nominate directors outside of the nomination window. Deason and fellow shareholder and hedge fund manager Carl Icahn are trying to stop Japan's Fujifilm from taking over Xerox in a $6.1 billion deal.

  • Moody's2 months ago

    Yestar Healthcare Holdings Company Limited -- Moody's: Yestar's expectation of improved profit for 2017 supports its Ba3 rating

    Moody's Investors Service says that Yestar Healthcare Holdings Company Limited's announcement of an expected improvement in its consolidated net profit in 2017 supports its Ba3 corporate family rating ...

  • These Household Giants Are Being Battered By Technology
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    These Household Giants Are Being Battered By Technology

    Disruptive technologies -- think e-commerce, ride-sharing or social media -- are knocking some of the world’s biggest companies off kilter and erasing billions of dollars in market value.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Activist Deason seeks to nominate new Xerox board

    The attempt to change the board follows a lawsuit filed earlier this year as Deason and fellow shareholder Carl Icahn try to stop Japan's Fujifilm Holdings Corp from taking over Xerox in a $6.1 billion deal. The two investors, who control 15 percent of Xerox, argue the transaction dramatically undervalues Xerox and "disproportionately" favours Fuji. Xerox and Fujifilm have a five-decade-old copier joint venture focusing on the Asia Pacific region, which the activists say has previously undisclosed "crown jewel" lock-up right that gives Fuji control over Xerox's intellectual property and manufacturing rights in the Asia-Pacific market if Xerox sells a 30 percent stake to another suitor, according to the lawsuit.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Activist Deason seeks to nominate new Xerox board

    The attempt to change the board follows a lawsuit filed earlier this year as Deason and fellow shareholder Carl Icahn try to stop Japan's Fujifilm Holdings Corp from taking over Xerox in a $6.1 billion deal. The two investors, who control 15 percent of Xerox, argue the transaction dramatically undervalues Xerox and "disproportionately" favors Fuji. Xerox and Fujifilm have a five-decade-old copier joint venture focusing on the Asia Pacific region, which the activists say has previously undisclosed "crown jewel" lock-up right that gives Fuji control over Xerox's intellectual property and manufacturing rights in the Asia-Pacific market if Xerox sells a 30 percent stake to another suitor, according to the lawsuit.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Xerox shareholders Icahn, Deason urge company to sell itself to rivals

    Xerox could combine with a competitor that is actually willing to pay a significant premium, or Japan's Fujifilm Holdings themselves would step up and offer a full buy-out on fair terms, the shareholders wrote in an open letter. The activist shareholders, who own a combined 15 percent of the U.S. printer and copier maker, have repeatedly urged shareholders to oppose the Fuji-Xerox deal. Icahn and Deason said last week the agreement dramatically undervalued Xerox, and criticized the deal structure calling it "tortured, convoluted".