Icahn, Deason want bid of at least $40 per share for Xerox

(Reuters) – Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason, shareholders in Xerox Corp who oppose an agreed deal with Fujifilm Holdings , said they would consider an all-cash bid of at least $40 per share – a 43 percent premium to the Japanese firm’s offer.

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