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|Type||Public (NYSE: ACCO)|
|Founded||2005 (Merger with ACCO World and General Binding Corporation)|
|Headquarters||Lake Zurich, IL, USA|
|Area served||North America
(Executive Vice President) & (CFO)
$ 1.8 billion (FY 2013)
|Operating income||$ 115.2 million (FY 2011)|
|Net income||$ 56.7 million (FY 2011)|
|Total assets||$ 1.1 billion (FY 2011)|
|Total equity||$ -61 million (FY 2011)|
|Employees||3,800 (December 2011)|
In 1910, the company became the American Clip Company, and first used the name "ACCO" as an initialism, which became the company's formal name in 1922.
After many acquisitions, ACCO went public in 1983, and was acquired in 1987 by American Brands (later Fortune Brands).
In 1992, ACCO UK was created from the integration of ACCO Europe and Rexel Ltd. ACCO UK is the UK's largest manufacturer of office products, and its brands include Derwent Cumberland Pencil Company.
In 2012, ACCO Brands completed a $860 million deal to combine with MeadWestvaco’s Consumer and Office Products business. The transaction added brands like Mead, Five Star, Trapper Keeper, AT-A-GLANCE, Cambridge, Day Runner, Hilroy, Tilibra and Grafons to ACCO Brands' product line.
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