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   제목: Xerox Scraps $6.1 Billion Fujifilm Deal in Victory for Icahn
Xerox Scraps $6.1 Billion Fujifilm Deal in Victory for Icahn
By Ed Hammond ,Scott Deveau and Lisa Du

May 14, 2018
Xerox Corp. called off a $6.1 billion takeover by Fujifilm Holdings Corp. and parted ways with its chief executive officer, handing a major victory to activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason.



In an agreement with the two investors, which together own about 13 percent of Xerox, the U.S. office equipment supplier said CEO Jeff Jacobson will step down along with several other board members. John Visentin is expected to take over as CEO while Keith Cozza, the CEO of Icahn Enterprises, will become chairman.



Fujifilm on Monday said it “disputes Xerox’s unilateral decision” and is “reviewing all of our available options, including bringing a legal action seeking damages.”






The settlement marks the end of a tumultuous fight between Xerox and Icahn over a transaction that would cede control of the once-iconic American innovator synonymous with office copy machines to a Japanese company. As part of a deal proposed in January, Xerox would first merge with a joint venture it operates with Fujifilm in Asia, and the Tokyo-based company would ultimately take over slightly more than 50 percent of the combined entity.



Icahn and Deason opposed the Fujifilm transaction from the start. Deason sued Xerox in February to block the proposal, accusing Jacobson of acting without authorization to strike a deal that preserved his job at shareholders’ expense. The lawsuit also claimed that the company’s board breached its fiduciary duties.

Selected articles from Bloomberg

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