CNBC's Carl Quintanilla reports CEO Ursula Burns will serve as chair of the document spin-off company when Xerox splits in two. » Read More
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NEW YORK— Xerox says Ursula Burns, the first black woman to run a Fortune 500 company, won't be CEO after the company splits in two later this year. Burns, 57, was named CEO of Xerox in 2009. Xerox said Friday that after the split, Burns will become chairman of a newly formed document technology company, which will include its printer and copier business.
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