Xerox scraps HP takeover

Marian McHugh
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The print vendor’s controversial M&A pursuit of its rival has ended due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis

Xerox has cited the current "market turmoil" from the COVID-19 pandemic as the reason for ending its $34bn pursuit of HP. The months-long saga between the two vendors seemed to have turned a cor...

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