Struggling print vendor Xerox is plotting an ambitious offer for HP Inc, according to reports. The Wall Street Journal claims that Xerox's board has discussed the possibility of a takeover, citing people familiar with the matter. It also said that Xerox has already agreed funding informally from a major bank. Xerox's market value is less than one third of HP's - standing at around $8bn (£6.2bn) compared with HP's $27bn. Both vendors are currently in transitional phases. Xerox yesterday...
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