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Lexmark was spun off from IBM in 1991 and is best known for its laser printer and ink jet printer lines. The company has headquarters in Lexington, Kentucky and makes laser printers in Boulder, Colorado. It has manufacturing sites in Mexico, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, The Philippines, France, Scotland and Australia. The company sells products in 150 countries and in 1998, corporate revenues exceeded US$3B.

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