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|1.||What is the stock symbol and cusip number for Xerox Corporation common stock?|
| ||The stock symbol for Xerox Corporation common stock is XRX and the CUSIP number is 984121 10 3.|
|2.||On what stock exchanges is Xerox listed?|
| ||Xerox Corporation common stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange
and the Chicago Stock Exchange. |
|3.||What year and where was Xerox incorporated? What is the relationship with Haloid?|
| ||The Haloid Company was founded in 1906.|
The name was changed to Haloid Xerox Inc. in 1958 and to Xerox Corporation in 1961.
The Haloid Company went public on April 17, 1936.
Xerox was listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 1961.
Xerox is incorporated in the state of New York.
|4.||What is the par value of a share of Xerox common stock?|
|5.||When was Xerox's initial public offering (IPO)?|
| ||The Haloid Company went public on April 17, 1936. The company name was changed to Haloid Xerox Inc. in 1958 and to Xerox Corporation in 1961.|
|6.||Who are Xerox’s independent auditors?|
| ||PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC|
|7.||Does Xerox pay a dividend on common stock?|
| ||Yes, Xerox does pay a dividend. Click here for current information.|
|8.||Who is Xerox's transfer agent and how does a registered stockholder contact the agent for account information and shareholder services?|
| ||Xerox’s transfer agent is Computershare.|
For telephone contact with Xerox shareholders services call 800-828-6396 (TDD: 800-368-0328) or 781-575-3222.
Written correspondence to Xerox shareholder services:
P. O. Box 43010,
Providence, RI 02940-3010
|9.||How does someone buy Xerox stock?|
| ||Xerox stock can be bought or sold through a stockbroker, bank or through a financial institution that provides brokerage services.|
|10.||Can I purchase stock directly from the company?|
| ||Xerox does not currently have a direct stock purchase plan. Xerox stock can be bought or sold through a stockbroker, bank or through a financial institution that provides brokerage services.|
|11.||How do I sell my shares?|
| ||If you are holding certificates for the shares you own, you can take them to a stockbroker, bank or other financial institution that provides brokerage services. They will assist you in selling your shares.|
If you participate in the Xerox Dividend Reinvestment and Direct Stock Purchase Plan and your shares are held in that account by Computershare, contact Computershare at 800-828-6396 for further information.
If your shares are held in book entry form under the Direct Registration System (DRS), they can be transferred “electronically” to the broker or institution of your choice. For further information contact Computershare at 800-828-6396.
|12.||How do I know if I am a “registered shareholder”?|
| ||You are a Registered Shareholder if you hold your stock in certificate form or if your stock is held in book-entry form at our transfer agent, Computershare. A registered owner appears on the list of “stockholders of record” maintained by Computershare for Xerox. Registered shareholders receive their corporate communications such as annual reports and proxy statements directly from the company. |
|13.||What are book entry shares?|
| ||Book-entry shares under the Direct Registration System (DRS) allow you to be a registered owner of shares without having a physical stock certificate in your possession. The “book-entry” form of ownership eliminates some of the problems of paper certificates such as storage and safety of the certificates or replacing lost certificates. |
|14.||How do I transfer my certificate to book entry?|
| ||Call Computershare at 800-828-6396 or 781-575-3222 for instructions.|
|15.||Does Xerox have information about the price that I paid for the shares I own?|
| ||Xerox does not have access to this information. Shareholders are responsible to keep records of their purchases. Click here to see Xerox's stock price history.|
|16.||When did Xerox common stock split?|
| ||Click here to see our Stock Split History.|
|17.||Can I have access to my Xerox account at Computershare (formerly EquiServe) through the Internet?|
| ||Yes, Internet account access is available to our registered shareholders through Computershare. Click here and , select Shareholder Services, select Account Access and select Password and Login Assistance to establish or recover access to your account. |
|19.||What is your Tax #?|
|20.||What is your Dun & Bradstreet #?|
|21.||What are your corporate long-term debt ratings?|
| ||Click here to refer to our latest Report Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q and Annual Report on Form 10-K filed with the SEC.|
|22.||Has Xerox completed any recent acquisitions?|
| ||Click here to view our latest acquisitions.|