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Pitney Bowes Rings Closing Bell at NYSE
Pitney Bowes Rings Closing Bell at NYSE

As Pitney Bowes continues its yearlong celebration of its 100th anniversary, CEO Marc Lautenbach was joined by employees from the Rancho Dominguez Presort site in Los Angeles to virtually ring The Closing Bell at the NYSE.

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Pitney Bowes Named One of Forbes' Best Employers for Women 2020
For 100 years, Pitney Bowes has had a diverse culture of innovation. Pitney Bowes’ inclusion in the prestigious List is the latest in its numerous accolades recognizing the company’s diverse workforce and inclusive culture.
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100th Anniversary with Award-Winning
Pitney Bowes Marks 100th Anniversary with Award-Winning SendPro Mailstation
Pitney Bowes is redefining the sending technology market with the new, award-winning SendPro® Mailstation, a cloud-connected sending device designed to mark its landmark 100 year anniversary.
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Pitney Bowes Named to Forbes' List of America's Best Employers for Diversity 2020
In collaboration with analytics firm Statista, Forbes identified The Best Employers for Diversity through an independent survey of 60,000 U.S. employees working for companies employing more than 1,000 people in the United States.
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100 Years and the Next Century to Come
Pitney Bowes Marks its First 100 Years and the Next Century to Come
The Innovators – Pitney Bowes at 100" to Air on Connecticut Public Television (CPTV) and Made Available On Demand Globally.
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The innovators Pitney Bowes 100 Anniversary
The Innovators:
Pitney Bowes at 100

Go behind the scenes at Pitney Bowes in the documentary The Innovators: Pitney Bowes at 100, narrated by Paula Zahn.  The Innovators premiered Thursday, April 23, 2020 on CPTV and is available globally on-demand. Visit The Innovators Pitney Bowes 100.

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Pitney Bowes footage through the years. Since Arthur Pitney and Walter Bowes first met and put their ideas together, Pitney Bowes has had a living legacy of always innovating, adapting and striving to do better. One thing, however, has never changed: Pitney Bowes will always be a company driven by values.