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... Kennedy Center Corporate Fund, and Datto, Inc. among others. When asked about the legacy she will leave behind in Xerox, Burns hopes it was about the company's growth. Among her most notable achievements was the $6.4 billion deal with Affiliated Computer Services, which ushers in another era of ...
... around the world to send and share documents electronically. Activist shareholders such as Dallas billionaire Darwin Deason and Carl Icahn had pushed the company to get new board members and to shake up its business. Deason sold his Dallas-based Affiliated Computer Services to Xerox in 2010 for ...

Fellow Xerox shareholder Darwin Deason is also nudging the printer and copier giant to explore "strategic alternatives," which is corporate jargon for what could amount to an auction process. The two investors control more than 15 percent of Xerox's shares. Deason founded Affiliated Computer Services in ...
Deason, who sold Affiliated Computer Services to Xerox in 2010 for $6.4 billion, sent a public letter to Xerox's board of directors Wednesday calling for changes to "protect all Xerox shareholders and to ensure that [Xerox] does not take further steps to damage our collective shareholding investment.".
Specifically, Conduent sold the former Affiliated Computer Services (ACS) headquarters in Dallas, which Webb-Walsh said resulted in $24 million of income for Conduent during its most recent quarter. Xerox bought ACS for $6.4 billion in February 2010, and the company largely makes up what is Conduent ...
All of this is backstopped by Carl Icahn's three board seats and 10% stake, Affiliated Computer Services (ACS)/Conduent founder and second-largest shareholder Darwin Deason's 6% stake, and a potential acquisition as the BPO industry consolidates. There are many ways to be right with Conduent, and ...

In a surprising dissent last week, Luis Aguilar broke ranks with three other commissioners over a punishment meted out to the former CEO and CFO of Affiliated Computer Services. Before we read anymore into the case, it's worth revisiting the facts of the case: in 2009, former ACS CFO Kevin Kyser enabled ...
The rising global population is increasing the number of vehicles plying on the roads, thus increasing the traffic-density and incidences of road accident. A sound traffic management system needs to be in place in every country, with industrialization speeding up. Increasing employment further boosts ...
Previously, Gonzalez was Senior Vice President and Group Counsel with Affiliated Computer Services. Earlier in her career, Gonzalez was a partner with the law firm of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, where she focused on corporate finance, mergers & acquisitions, SEC compliance and corporate governance.
Note: Conduent's business is identical to Affiliated Computer Services, which Xerox had acquired in 2010. Chemours Co. (CC): CC is currently a ~1% portfolio stake. Greenlight's cost basis on CC is $6.58. The last five quarters saw the position sold down by ~94% at prices between $15 and $57. The stock ...
Deason, who sold his Affiliated Computer Services to Xerox in 2010 for $6.4 billion, claimed that the Xerox-Fujifilm transaction was "the result of an improper and fraudulently concealed 'crown jewel' lock-up agreement that Xerox entered into with Fuji 17 years ago, that was never disclosed to Xerox's ...
Darwin Deason is Xerox's third largest shareholder, having acquired his stake in the company's 2010 buyout of Affiliated Computer Services which he founded. In a statement furnished to Hearst Connecticut Media and other outlets, Norwalk-based Xerox called the lawsuit without merit and said it would ...
Shares of Xerox plunged as much as 3.35% Tuesday morning after one of its largest shareholders, billionaire Darwin Deason, filed a lawsuit against the company to block its proposed merger with Japan's Fujifilm. The 78-year-old who sold Affiliated Computer Services to Xerox in 1988 for $6.4 billion hopes to halt the ...
Darwin Deason is Xerox's third largest shareholder, having acquired his stake in the company's 2010 buyout of Affiliated Computer Services which he founded. In a statement furnished to Hearst Connecticut Media and other outlets, Norwalk-based Xerox called the lawsuit without merit and said it would ...
Shares of Xerox plunged as much as 3.35% Tuesday morning after one of its largest shareholders, billionaire Darwin Deason, filed a lawsuit against the company to block its proposed merger with Japan's Fujifilm. The 78-year-old who sold Affiliated Computer Services to Xerox in 1988 for $6.4 billion hopes to halt the ...
Mr. Danny Ray Thorpe, 69, of Brandon, formerly of Grenada, passed away Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018. at Hospice Ministries in Ridgeland. He was born Aug. 15, 1948. in Grenada to Jesse and Bobby Fay Lance Thorpe. Mr. Thorpe had worked for many years as a consultant for Affiliated Computer Services.

What was the effect of that? So in 2006, Indiana signed this really large contract--at the time, it was $1.16 billion--with a coalition of high-tech companies, including IBM and [Affiliated Computer Services (ACS)]. It replaced most local caseworkers with online forums and regional call centers that were staffed ...
As for level four -- replacing the land records software with Propy -- count Kinville as skeptical. She likes the city's current software, from Conduent, which used to be known as Affiliated Computer Services. "I don't know how popular our blockchain process would be, and why would we change over the ...
The deal arrived after Carl Icahn stepped up his pressure on Xerox to boost the value of its shares. The billionaire investor aligned with the Dallas founder of the Business Process Outsourcing company Affiliated Computer Services, which Xerox had acquired in 2010 under former CEO Ursula Burns, only to ...
... around the world to send and share documents electronically. Activist shareholders such as Dallas billionaire Darwin Deason and Carl Icahn had pushed the company to get new board members and to shake up its business. Deason sold his Dallas-based Affiliated Computer Services to Xerox in 2010 for ...
Deason, who sold Affiliated Computer Services to Xerox in 2010 for $6.4 billion, argued that the company should seek to extricate itself from the joint venture altogether. Xerox responded to the two shareholders' concerns by saying the company was "comfortable with our disclosure and confident with the ...
Deason is the third largest XRX stockholder and received his stake in the firm when it bought his company -- Affiliated Computer Services -- in 2010. Affiliated's legacy businesses were what was spun-off into Conduent. Together, Icahn and Deason own more than 15.7% stake in Xerox and have both ...
Fellow Xerox shareholder Darwin Deason is also nudging the printer and copier giant to explore "strategic alternatives," which is corporate jargon for what could amount to an auction process. The two investors control more than 15 percent of Xerox's shares. Deason founded Affiliated Computer Services in ...
The Eppicard service is managed by Conduent Inc. of Florham Park, a company created in 2017 as a spinoff from Xerox. Xerox's old Business Services company, Affiliated Computer Services (ACS), used to manage the cards. We asked Conduent to review White-Moore's complaint. A day later, White-Moore ...
"We have little faith that Xerox's "old guard" directors will listen to us, which is why real change is needed now more than ever," the investors said in the letter to fellow shareholders. Deason, who sold his Dallas-based Affiliated Computer Services to Xerox in 2010 for $6.4 billion, went public last week with ...
Deason, who sold Affiliated Computer Services to Xerox in 2010 for $6.4 billion, sent a public letter to Xerox's board of directors Wednesday calling for changes to "protect all Xerox shareholders and to ensure that [Xerox] does not take further steps to damage our collective shareholding investment.".
... Cerner corporation, eClinicalWorks, CureMD, Nextgen healthcare Information Systems, LLC, Greenway Health, LLC, Medfusion, Inc., Epic Corporation, Inc., Computer Sciences Corporation, CompuGroup Medical Inc., Affiliated Computer Services Inc., iSOFT Group Limited, and Siemens Healthineers.
Conlee and his family moved to Lexington, Ky., where he first worked in the utility industry until he was named the first development manager for a new division of a company called Affiliated Computer Services. He wore many hats at ACS over more than a decade and then worked on the acquisition team ...
Affiliated Computer Services Inc. (U.S.), Cerner corporation (U.S.), CompuGroup Medical Inc. (U.S.), Computer Sciences Corporation (U.S.), Epic Systems Corporation (U.S.), General Electric Company (U.S.), iMDsoft (U.S.), Koninklijke Philips N.V (Netherlands), OptumInsight, Inc. (U.S.), and Siemens ...
Specifically, Conduent sold the former Affiliated Computer Services (ACS) headquarters in Dallas, which Webb-Walsh said resulted in $24 million of income for Conduent during its most recent quarter. Xerox bought ACS for $6.4 billion in February 2010, and the company largely makes up what is Conduent ...
All of this is backstopped by Carl Icahn's three board seats and 10% stake, Affiliated Computer Services (ACS)/Conduent founder and second-largest shareholder Darwin Deason's 6% stake, and a potential acquisition as the BPO industry consolidates. There are many ways to be right with Conduent, and ...
Conduent (nyse:CNDT) is a Business Process Outsourcing ("BPO") company which was spun off from Xerox (NYSE:XRX) 2 months ago. The spinoff of Conduent is basically the reversal of the failed Affiliated Computer Services ("ACS") acquisition by Xerox in 2010 which was arguably doomed from day ...
Xerox acquired the roots of Conduent, which handles everything from human resources services for healthcare companies to mobile parking apps for the city of Los Angeles, by buying Affiliated Computer Services for nearly $6.4 billion in 2010. The deal was supposed to help Xerox find another source of ...
A large part of the spinoff will incorporate Affiliated Computer Services, the business outsourcing company that Xerox bought for $6.4 billion in 2010, said the person, who spoke on the condition of anonymity before the plan was announced. The remaining company would be focused on office supply ...
In a surprising dissent last week, Luis Aguilar broke ranks with three other commissioners over a punishment meted out to the former CEO and CFO of Affiliated Computer Services. Before we read anymore into the case, it's worth revisiting the facts of the case: in 2009, former ACS CFO Kevin Kyser enabled ...
At the other end of the spectrum, four tech vendors have NPS below 0: Accenture, Affiliated Computer Services, Autodesk, and Fujitsu.
... banking market in the country," says Doug Deason, Dallas capital board member and the son of Darwin Deason, who founded Affiliated Computer Services.
The key players in the global traffic management market include Accenture, Affiliated Computer Services, Inc., Alstom SA, Cisco Systems, Inc., ...
The division stemmed from Dallas-based Affiliated Computer Services (ACS) Inc., which Xerox acquired for $6.4 billion in 2010. Atos acquired ...
... sciences corporation, CompuGroup Medical Inc., Affiliated Computer Services Inc., iSOFT Group Limited, and Siemens Healthineers.
... during which time she oversaw the digital transformation of the company including the purchase of Affiliated Computer Services in 2010 for ...
... Amano corporation, passport Parking, LLC, TransCore LP, Vodafone Group PLC, Affiliated Computer Services, Siemens AG, Group Techna, ...
... Amano corporation, passport Parking, LLC, TransCore LP, Vodafone Group PLC, Affiliated Computer Services, Siemens AG, Group Techna, ...
All of this is backstopped by Carl Icahn's three board seats and 10% stake, Affiliated Computer Services (ACS)/Conduent founder and ...
The spinoff of Conduent is basically the reversal of the failed Affiliated Computer Services ("ACS") acquisition by Xerox in 2010 which was ...
Vemuri: If you go back six to seven years when Xerox acquired a company called ACS [Affiliated Computer Services] in 2010, the thesis of that ...
The next CEO of Xerox (xrx, +0.37%) says he will have to lay off more workers as the struggling IT company splits in two. President Jeff ...
A large part of the spinoff will incorporate Affiliated Computer Services, the business outsourcing company that Xerox bought for $6.4 billion in ...
Tsolakis previously held key managed services roles at Iron Mountain and Affiliated Computer Services (ACS), a Xerox company. 5. Acronis ...


 

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