Tagged: Darwin Deason

Deason, Icahn Post $150 Million Bond to Keep Temporary Injunction Against Fujifilm Deal

“We see several paths to victory – but none of them involve selling a 50.1% interest in Xerox in a deal that offers no control premium and leaves shareholders vulnerable to oppression by an overlord that is embroiled in an ever-widening accounting scandal,” said Icahn and Deason.

Ichan, Deason Pen Letter to Xerox Shareholders Urging End to Fujifilm Deal

“Over the next few months, we intend to see that ‘massively conflicted’ Jeff Jacobson and old guard directors like Bob Keegan, Ann Reese and Chuck Prince, who have already done so much damage to the company, and are continuing to do more damage with these actions, are held fully and personally liable for their misconduct.”

Xerox, Fujifilm Said to be Renegotiating Proposed Merger; Other Interested Buyer Revealed

On Wednesday, Xerox also said that Xerox shareholders should disregard information from Icahn and Deason, stating the two are conducting a “highly disingenuous campaign” that distorts and omits key facts about Xerox and the proposed merger. 

Deason, Icahn, Urge Xerox Partnership with HP, Apple, Others, Monetization of IP

On April 17th, activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason, seeking to stop Fujifilm’s acquisition of Xerox for $6.1 billion and the creation of a new combined Xerox-Fuji Xerox, released a detailed presentation, Rescuing and Revitalizing an American Icon, that presents alternatives to the proposed deal.