Can Xerox grow past its copy roots?

CEO Anne Mulcahy has helped the company step away from the abyss. But now comes the hard part.

I've always found Xerox CEO Anne Mulcahy to be one of the more interesting technology executives. Ignore for a moment the question of gender--although she remains a rarity in the ranks of big-time chief executives.

On Thursday afternoon, I had an opportunity to sit down with Mulcahy, who visited our San Francisco headquarters. At a future time, I'll blog in more detail about what she had to say but here are some video excerpts from our conversation. Pay attention, in particular, to what she has to say about raising the cap on H-1B visas and a tech agenda for the next administration in Washington, D.C.

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Charles Cooper was an executive editor at CNET News. He has covered technology and business for more than 25 years, working at, the Associated Press, Computer & Software News, Computer Shopper, PC Week, and ZDNet.


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