over the life of a typical contract. Overall, we view Xerox's stewardship of shareholder capital as standard. In 2009, Ursula Burns took the reins from veteran Anne Mulcahy. Burns, a company veteran, was promoted to president in 2007 and we expect she
NEW YORK, June 23 (Reuters) - Wielding a plastic toll road pass during a recent speech in a Manhattan restaurant, Xerox Chief Executive Ursula Burns was on a mission to prove her company is not just about copy machines anymore.
Xerox XRX announced Thursday that chairman and CEO Anne Mulcahy will retire and turn over the reins to president Ursula Burns . Although the timing is earlier than we expected, the direction is unsurprising as Burns has been the likely successor