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September 30, 2013 12:00 AM

Lexmark repositions itself to meet an array of business needs

Lexmark is not exiting the printing business, but the company is working to make sure that it is evolving to meet the challenges that businesses have as they manipulate data in a digital world. Think of it as less a selection of hardware than as a suite of available products and services.

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