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Xerox Buys Affiliated Computer

The firm once known as "the document company," with a brand as strong in the copier game as that of Kleenex or Google is in tissues or Web search, is trying to branch out of paper and into managing datacenters. Xerox this week bought Affiliated Computer Services for the not-small price tag of more than $6 billion. Will datacenters someday be known as Xerox centers? Stay tuned.

Posted by Lee Pender on 09/29/2009 at 1:22 PM


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