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Departing execs add to upheaval at ailing company

Mary Quin's early retirement was only one in a series of high-level departures from Xerox Corp.'s executive ranks in 2000. Others included the firing of CEO Richard Thoman. Company officials declined to provide a list of senior executive departures, but a Rochester Business Journal tally of ...

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