6 October 2021
Xerox See Future As High Tech Company , Moves to Nasdaq
NEW YORK—
Nasdaq is the stock exchange for high tech public companies , were Xerox see it future
Nasdaq is the stock exchange for high tech public companies , were Xerox see it future
  Xerox Holdings Corporation announced  the company will transfer its common stock listing (XRX) from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to the  Nasdaq Exchange. The company will continue being listed under the ticker symbol “XRX” after the transfer occurs.  Xerox considers it's future as a  high tech  company. Xerox says it  is leveraging its research and development capabilities to advance a variety of new technologies aimed at solving the world’s biggest challenges.
John Visentin CEO of Xerox has been trying to reposition the company after their failed attempt to take over HP.
John Visentin CEO of Xerox has been trying to reposition the company after their failed attempt to take over HP.
Priority areas of focus include digital transformation, augmented reality, robotic process automation, additive manufacturing, Industrial internet of Things and cleantech. “Xerox's focus on services, software, financing and innovation indicates the direction we're taking our business for the future. We’re challenging the status quo by developing and leveraging new innovations to create solutions that address major secular challenges across industries,” said John Visentin, vice chairman and chief executive officer at Xerox. “
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