In this week's bulletin, David Gibbons shares the top computer and digital imaging stories:
1. Xerox wants to focus more on document technology, so it will sell off its paper business worth millions of dollars.
2. The first laser printer to be made in China, is now being sold in 30 countries around the world, and now has a firm foot in the door in the US where it selling for $99.
3. Ninestar will have to pay an 11.1 million dollar fine for violating US laws for importing its remanufactured cartridges there.
4. Samsung just finished strategic meetings with the government of Ethiopia and will establish a factory to assemble printers in the country.
5. OKI’s LED color printer is the first to have dry white toner to give a brilliant white result on leather, fabrics as well as trophy and award products.
6. Proceeds from refinancing, the sale of intellectual property, and structural reorganization have helped Kodak meet its upcoming April 30 deadline with the courts.

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