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Xaar to cease Thin Film activities; CEO steps down

Xaar is set to close its Thin Film business after failing to find a strategic partner and has lined up former Inca boss John Mills to take over as chief executive as the struggling inkjet manufacturer shakes up its board.

Xaar Q4 trading below expectations

Inkjet manufacturer Xaar’s full-year revenues are set to have fallen by more than a third year-on-year after trading in Q4 continued at levels below the company’s expectations.

Kodak revenue down but profits up in full-year results

Kodak has released its full-year and Q4 2017 earnings, posting $94m in net earnings for the year, but with revenue down 7% to $1.5bn (£1.1bn), from $1.64bn in 2016.

Lay-offs at Kodak as Q3 losses posted

Kodak chief executive Jeff Clarke has called for "immediate action" to cut costs, including shedding 425 jobs, after the company's Q3 results revealed losses of $46m.

KBA increases sales targets following successful Q3

KBA has again revised upwards its sales and earnings targets for the full year after achieving double-digit growth in Q3, with a strong showing across all areas of the business.

Xaar sales 'in line with expectations'

Year-end sales at Xaar are anticipated to be in line with expectations, although its operating margin is likely to fall to around 20%.

Kodak reports $21m Q3 net loss and revenue decline

Eastman Kodak Company reported a net loss of $21m (£13.6m) and a decline in overall sales in Q3, but remains positive after seeing significant growth in a number of key product lines.

Domino aiming to triple inkjet label press installs

Domino is looking forward to a better year in 2014 after closing the book on its failed investment in egg coding venture Ten Media.

Xerox boosts Q1 profits despite sales downturn

Xerox cited weakness in its Document Technology business, which includes the iGen commercial press line, as it reported Q1 sales declined by 2.7% over the same period in 2012 to $5.4bn.

EFI posts Q1 profits, revenue rise

Foster City, CA-based EFI cited strong US sales as well as continued demand for its Fiery controllers as it reported Q1 income of $8.2m (Q1 2012: $6.2m) on a 7% revenue rise to $171.4m.

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