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HP Inc. to Buy Samsung's Printing Business For Over a Billion Dollars
The personal computer and printing giant said Monday that it will buy Samsung's printing business for $1.05 billion. HP will inherit 6,000 Samsung employees once the deal closes, which HP expects will be within 12 months, said HP president of imaging ...
HP Agrees to Acquire Samsung Printer Business for $1.05 BillionWall Street Journal
DealBook|HP Inc. to Buy Samsung Electronics' Printer BusinessNew York Times
HP is buying Samsung's printer business to 'disrupt' the copier industryThe Verge
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Electronics News

HP: Purchase Of Samsung's Printer Business Is A Solid Move
Seeking Alpha
HP Inc.'s planned acquisition of Samsung's printer business looks to disrupt the traditional copier industry. The transaction should help the company provide value-add to customers through reduced machine servicing and printing costs. With respect to ...
HP buys up Samsung's printer businessElectronics News
Samsung sells HP its printer segment plus 6500 patents for $1.05BCosumnes Connection (subscription)

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Deccan Chronicle

HP to Acquire Printer Business from Samsung Amid Shrinking Market
As is the case with these markets, consolidation occurs and another company has decided to leave the market: HP this week has announced plans to acquire Samsung's printer business. The move is going to strengthen HP's positions on the market of laser ...
Why HP Inc.'s Deal With Samsung Could Be a Game ChangerMotley Fool
HP to take over Samsung's printer business?Deccan Chronicle
HP's A3 printers will feature Samsung enginesChannel Pro
Marketwired (press release) -Small Business Trends
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Samsung Could Be Selling This Business to HP for $1.8 Billion
Samsung Electronics is considering selling its printer business to HP in a deal worth around $1.8 billion as the South Korean company shifts focus to its core businesses, the reported Friday. The paper, citing an unnamed senior Samsung source, said the ...
Will HP (HPQ) Stock Be Helped by Samsung Printer Deal?
Samsung to Sell Printer Business for $1.8 Billion? (HPQ)Investopedia
Report: Samsung Is Considering Selling Printer Business To HP In $1.8B DealCRN
The Globe and Mail -eWeek (blog) -The Korea Herald
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PC Magazine

Samsung Multifunction Printer ProXpress C3060FW
PC Magazine
The Samsung Multifunction Printer ProXpress C3060FW ($549.99) is a good choice as a color laser all-in-one printer to anchor a small or micro office. It's speedy and has a solid feature set, but what really sets it apart from the competition is its ...

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HP picks up Samsung's printer business
Cosumnes Connection (subscription)
Samsung does not disclose its printer sales separately, but researcher IDC said Samsung was ranked fifth with a four percent share in global hardcopy peripherals market in the second quarter of 2016. According to the company, the move has been made to ...

The Globe and Mail

HP to buy Samsung's printer business in $1-billion deal
The Globe and Mail
HP Inc said it would buy Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's printer business in a deal valued at $1.05-billion. The acquisition is expected to add to HP's earnings in its full year after closing, the company said on Monday, adding that Samsung will invest ...

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