Xerox Names Ursula Burns President

Xerox , the world's largest supplier of office printers, copiers and related services, on Tuesday named Ursula Burns as president and said it had elected her to the board of directors.

Burns was previously president of the company's business group operations responsible for global research, engineering, marketing and manufacturing for Xerox technology.

Along with these responsibilities she will also take on global accounts and corporate strategy in her new role.

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