Printer Found Guilty of Lying
PHILADELPHIA—Janice Knight, owner of the RPC Unlimited printing company, was among the five defendants found guilty in the city's pay-to-play trial that targeted corruption in city hall. Knight was found guilty of lying to the FBI. However, the jury didn't return a verdict on a conspiracy count against Knight. The trial centered around former Philadelphia city treasurer Corey Kemp, who was found guilty on 27 charges.
Bowater Invests in Specialty
GREENVILLE, SC—Bowater Inc. and its board of directors have approved an $80 million capital investment to convert approximately 200,000 metric tons of annual newsprint production at its Calhoun, TN, mill to higher-margin specialty grades. The project is expected to be completed by mid-2006.
Monarch Heads GPO Q1 List
WASHINGTON, DC—With $9.3 million in Government Printing Office (GPO) revenues, Monarch Litho, of Montebello, CA, garnered the top spot among government printers for the first quarter of 2005, according to a list released by the GPO. Von Hoffmann Corp., of St. Louis, was second with $7 million.