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    We are debating the following:
    I am planning a promotion and would like to use "Xerox are coming" but have been told that it should be "Xerox is coming" Please let me know which is correct

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    Re: Alan

    is coming

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    Re: Alan

    Perhaps even more properly: Representatives from Xerox are coming. The company itself isn't coming. However, informally, we do refer to people from a company that way.

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