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Due to the Coronavirous, Xerox Holdings indicated it will not aggressively pursue the HP acquisition at this point in time.
HP’s board argues the offer undervalues HP and would create a company saddled with too much debt and not enough synergies to cut costs.
On March 2, Xerox Holdings launched a $34.9 billion proxy bid to acquire all of the outstanding shares of HP Inc. for $24 per share.
In the latest back-and-forth maneuvers between Xerox and its pursuit of HP, it appears that HP, as the mouse, has roared the loudest.
Digital printing industry trends, says EFI CEO Jeff Jacobson, will continue to drive migration.
Xerox will launch a tender offer on March 2 for all of the outstanding shares of common stock of HP at a new price of $24 per share.
The 21st rendition of EFI Connect, held Jan. 21-24 at the Wynn Las Vegas also marked a seminal point in the history of EFI itself.
Despite Xerox lining up $24 billion in financing, HP’s board claims the acquisition offer significantly undervalues what HP is worth.
Xerox now has $24 billion in financing commitments from Citi, Mizuho, and Bank of America to complete its proposed $33.5 billion offer.
Icahn implored HP shareholders to pressure HP’s board to expedite a due diligence process and accept Xerox’s $33.5B acquisition offer.
HP’s board of directors rejected Xerox’s offer and its ultimatum of a hostile bid attempt if the HP board didn’t proceed accordingly.