The Inkjet Summit, a hosted buyer event, is slated for April 18-20, at the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.
If this is truly the best seller’s market in years, and if you harbor any fantasies that revolve around converting your lifetime investment into a well-deserved, comfortable retirement, now is the time to enter the M&A fray. Three experts discuss the truth behind the M&A industry and what a realistic sale might look like today.
Whenever some agency cries out “Go paperless,” the Consumers for Paper Options is there to tamp down unfounded concerns.
Postal Reform is the legislative equivalent to Waiting for Godot…a lot of talk but no appearance.
Since advertising is considered an ordinary business expense, it can be deducted. The industry could become an unfortunate casualty.
A patent troll is like a cavity; given time, it will painfully remind you that it cannot be ignored.
Quad/Graphics is closing its newspaper insert printing facility in Atglen, Pennsylvania, which will result in the loss of 150 jobs.
Verso Corp. has filed for bankruptcy protection in order to facilitate a debt restructuring aimed at strengthening its balance sheet.
It’s easy to be amazed at how much Bob Lothenbach has elevated himself after starting out with so little.
SCI Founder and President Burt Scherman succumbed to cancer Jan. 20 at the age of 58. A scholarship has been created in his honor.
Some of the factors behind Primary Color’s 14 percent sales boost are the expansion of its in-house design, fabrication capabilities.
An unidentified printing warehouse worker was flown by helicopter to a Boston hospital Tuesday.
When Jim Kell purchased former York Graphic Services in 2002, he quickly grew the company well beyond its prepress and printing roots.
Verizon is telling customers that switching to e-billing is good for the environment. Two Sides is trying to set the record straight.
Three companies were chosen at random from the 2015 PI 400 list to show that many companies are experiencing success in the industry.