January 13, 2014

The Future Is Here in India -- for Some

David O'Dwyer, Irish Times

The Associated Press

To walk around Mumbai or Jodhpur, say, you would swear that Xerox is one of the world’s leading technology companies, such is the ubiquity of its brand name and the number of outlets providing access to its photocopying machines.

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