Financial results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2016 have exceeded Deluxe Corp.’s expectations.
Deluxe announced a partnership with Rete+Pay, a leading payment platform specializing in third-party medical insurance administration.
A patent troll is like a cavity; given time, it will painfully remind you that it cannot be ignored.
Deluxe Corp. has announced its fourth quarter 2015 financial results. The company reported a revenue increase of 3.3 percent.
Deluxe Corp.’s Small Business Revolution will infuse $500,000 into one town’s main street, revitalizing its business community.
Editorial Director Mark Michelson introduces the year’s most eagerly awaited issue of Printing Impressions, the PI 400 list.
To celebrate 100 years providing materials and support to the financial services industry, Deluxe Corp., the creator of the checkbook, rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange. In business since Nov. 23, 1915, the 5,800-employee company has remained active in printing and philanthropy and continues to be one of Minnesota’s most innovative companies. "Ringing the NYSE opening bell is truly an honor for us because it signifies a milestone few companies will ever achieve," said Deluxe CEO Lee Schram.
This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news from Jarden Corp. and Visant Holding Corp., the parent company of Jostens Inc.; RR Donnelley and Courier Advisory Group; Drummond Press and RGI; Deluxe Corp. and Datamyx LLC; Harland Clarke; Heidelberg; Canon Solutions America and Media One Digital Imaging Solutions; Graphic Arts Show Co. and GRAPH EXPO 15; and the Digital Book Printing Conference hosted by Printing Impressions and its sister publication, Book Business.
Deluxe Corp. has announced its financial results for the third quarter ended Sept. 30, 2015, with a revenue increase of 6.4 percent.