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How can business owners stay ahead of cyber threats? Local cybersecurity experts say it all starts with creating a work culture that prioritizes security—both online and in daily, onsite operations. Read more

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Globally headquartered companies in Lexington have teamed up with the city to promote the benefits of a Bluegrass address to their highly sought executive job prospects, with a new video available on vimeo.com. Read more

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Rich Geruson, the president, CEO and director of Lexmark International, Inc. has resigned for personal reasons, effective immediately, the company announced. Geruson has held the position since October 2017. Read more

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Lexmark's board of directors have unanimously selected Richard Geruson as Lexmark's new president and chief executive officer. Geruson will also serve on the Lexmark board of directors. Read more

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Lexmark plans to restructure its company in the next year, a move which is expected to reduce the its global workforce by an estimated 700 jobs. Read more

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A year after the iconic Lexington-based printer company announced it was being bought by Chinese interests, new CEO David Reeder looks to the future — and reflects on guiding a foreign-owned company in the Trump era. Read more

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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Lexmark International Inc. -- the Lexington-based maker of printers now owned by a Chinese consortium – does not have patent rights to its printer cartridges after they are sold. Read more

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Lexmark International Inc., the Lexington-based maker of printers recently bought by a Chinese consortium, has sold its “enterprise software” business to private equity firm Thoma Bravo, the firm announced Wednesday. Read more

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Lexmark International, the Lexington-headquartered maker of printers recently purchased by a China-based consortium lead by Apex Technology, announced the elimination of 320 jobs in its software division. Read more

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Lexmark International Inc., the Lexington-based maker of printers and management software, announced Tuesday it had completed its sale to China-based Apex Technology and that its CEO of six years, Paul Rooke, is being replaced. Read more

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Lexmark International Inc., the Lexington-based maker of printers and management software that’s in the process of being purchased by a Chinese technology company, announced third quarter results as well as a dividend. Read more

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The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States has approved the sale of Lexmark to a consortium of Chinese investors. Read more

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Lexmark International Inc., the beleaguered Lexington-based maker of printers and management software, announced Tuesday evening it has agreed to be acquired by a group of investors headed by China-based Apex Technology and PAG Asian... Read more

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Lexmark International Inc., the beleaguered Lexington-based maker of printers and management software, announced Tuesday evening it has agreed to be acquired by a group of investors headed by China-based Apex Technology and PAG Asian... Read more

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Lexmark International Inc., the beleaguered Lexington-based maker of printers and management software, has told city officials it is laying off more than 140 people at its Lexington headquarters. The company filed notice with... Read more

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Lexmark has announced that it will be eliminating 550 jobs worldwide over the next 12 months and shifting some positions to low-cost countries as part of a restructuring plan for 2016. The restructuring is aimed at saving the company... Read more

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Just days after acknowledging that it is seeking “strategic alternatives” including a possible sale, Lexington-based technology company Lexmark International Inc. reported a negative third quarter result and cut its forecast.The... Read more

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Lexmark International Inc. said Friday it is considering “strategic alternatives to enhance shareholder value,” basically confirming media reports that the Lexington-based printer and services technology giant was seeking to sell... Read more

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Lexmark International Inc. announced plans Tuesday to cut 500 jobs worldwide after reporting lower earnings for the second quarter.The Lexington-based printer and software company said it took in $891 million in the quarter, down... Read more

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Lexmark International Inc. on Tuesday announced a slight decline in year-to-year revenue for the first quarter even as it delivered results at the top end of its projections.The Lexington-based printer and software company reported... Read more

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