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Xerox is an American company that makes and sells photocopiers and paper. It was the first brand of modern photocopiers.[1] The term xerox has become a generic trademark. This means people often use 'xerox' to mean any copy machine, and "xeroxing" to mean photocopying.[2] The company was founder in 1906. Its headquarters is in Norwalk, Connecticut. Ursula Burns became the CEO and Chairwoman in 2009.

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  1. Kendall Haven (2005). 100 Greatest Science Inventions of All Time, p. 222-224, Libraries Unlimited. ISBN 1-59158-264-4, 9781591582649
  2. Nancy LaRoche, Laurence Urdang (1978). The Synonym Finder, p. 1021, Rodale. ISBN 0-87857-236-8, 9780878572366