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By Nathan Clark nclark1@mlive.com LANSING, MI - A Lansing man will owe Xerox $1 million after he is released from federal prison for illegally acquiring and reselling toner. U.S. District Judge Charles J. Siragusa of the Western District of New York sentenced David Miedel to one year in federal prison and $1,031,680.24 in restitution payments to the Xerox corporation for conspiracy to transfer stolen property in interstate commerce, according to the U.S. Justice Department. read the rest hereRead More...
Big Win for the Print Shop: PagePath acquires Printer’s Plan Technology powerhouses, MyOrderDesk and Printer’s Plan, are now under one roof. PLANO, IL: Two of the printing industry’s most experienced and trusted technology providers, PagePath Technologies, Inc. and SoftUSE, Inc. have reached an agreement under which the Printer’s Plan product, has been acquired by PagePath. This brings the leading Web-to-Print solution, MyOrderDesk, and the gold standard for shop management and MIS,...Read More...
Posted on The Record Live Four different county departments scored new copy machines to replace decade-old equipment. Commissioners voted 4-0 to spend a total of $22,400 for the auditor, adult probation, elections and purchasing departments to get Minolta and Sharp copiers. County Judge Stephen Brint Carlton was absent for the fourth straight week. He has been on Air Force reserve duty at the Pentagon for the past three weeks. At the March 13 commissioners’ meeting, Human Resource Director...Read More...
ROCHESTER, NY (WROC) - The five Florida men charged in a fraud case against Xerox have been indicted. Robert Lee Fisher, David Haynes, Kyle Haynes, Jason Haynes and Bryan Day have been indicted on charges of wire fraud, conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, and conspiracy to commit money laundering. As part of the scheme, prosecutors say Fisher, an authorized reseller for Xerox, provided 63 printers to the Haynes brothers and Day for a fake company they set up. As part of the agreement...Read More...
PORTLAND, Ore. (PRWEB) March 15, 2018 With big plans for growth in 2018, Pacific Office Automation (POA) has already relocated four of its 24 branches into new, larger office spaces. The Phoenix and Salem, Ore. offices both outgrew their spaces in the last year, so these were the first to expand. Offices in Denver and in the Bay Area have also recently moved and doubled in size. Pacific Office Automation has experienced continued growth over the last seven years, causing company leaders to...Read More...
Barbara T. Smith, Just Plain Facts, 1965-66. Courtesy of Andrew Kreps Gallery. Barbara T. Smith, Xerox, Birth, 1965-66. Courtesy of Andrew Kreps Gallery. In 1958, in the midst of an identity crisis, Californian artist Barbara T. Smith visited a psychotherapist for the first time. Smith, who was in her late twenties and married with children, later described the isolation she experienced as common. The first generation of American, college-educated women who married into domestic servility...Read More...
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