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Xerox is backing out of HP takeover

Xerox is backing out of HP takeover

As a result of macroeconomic and market turmoil caused by the coronavirus outbreak, Xerox has announced that it will no longer pursue its acquisition of HP Inc.

The Connecticut-based company first revealed that it was considering buying its fellow printing giant back in November of last year. However, after HP turned down its first offer to buy the company, Xerox then decided to go ahead with a hostile bid by taking its offer directly to its rival’s shareholders.

HP recently delivered a scathing letter to its shareholders in which it criticized Xerox’s decision to continue its pursuit of a hostile

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Microsoft joins forces with Plaid to make Excel a fintech app

Microsoft joins forces with Plaid to make Excel a fintech app

Microsoft has partnered with San Francisco-based fintech startup Plaid to develop a new software app called Money in Excel. The collaboration will allow people to automatically import their bank and credit card account data into the personal finance tool. The software...

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macOS Catalina: macOS 10.15 release date, news and features

macOS Catalina: macOS 10.15 release date, news and features

Apple’s latest macOS, the macOS Catalina, is officially here, and it’s now available for anyone to download on their Mac. The operating system launched at Apple’s WWDC 2019 conference in San Jose, California, earlier in the year brings in novel features and quite a...

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Xerox is backing out of HP takeover

As a result of macroeconomic and market turmoil caused by the coronavirus outbreak, Xerox has announced that it will no longer pursue its acquisition of HP Inc.The Connecticut-based company first revealed that it was considering buying its fellow printing giant back...

Microsoft joins forces with Plaid to make Excel a fintech app

Microsoft has partnered with San Francisco-based fintech startup Plaid to develop a new software app called Money in Excel. The collaboration will allow people to automatically import their bank and credit card account data into the personal finance tool. The software...

macOS Catalina: macOS 10.15 release date, news and features

Apple’s latest macOS, the macOS Catalina, is officially here, and it’s now available for anyone to download on their Mac. The operating system launched at Apple’s WWDC 2019 conference in San Jose, California, earlier in the year brings in novel features and quite a...