ANTITRUST: Monopolist Xerox?

When it comes to image building, few big corporations outshine Xerox. A firm that started small (as the Haloid Co.) and grew gigantic on the success of its office copiers, Xerox is known as the builder of a brilliant research team, an enlightened employer, and a responsible corporate citizen. Last year it began a unique sabbatical program in which 20 of its employees each year are paid to work full time on outside social projects. The company regularly sponsors some of TV's best programming, and the price record of its stock is something of a Wall Street legend. But...

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