She reveals what printers need to know about important human resources legislation in the New Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
Andy Paparozzi, chief economist at SGIA, discusses several actionable things printing companies can do now in response to COVID-19.
The novel coronavirus has dealt the final blow to Xerox Holdings’ $34.9 billion hostile takeover acquisition attempt of HP Inc.
He discusses why new COVID-19 Resource Channel was launched, along with SGIA and PIA, to assist printers within all market segments.
SGIA CEO Ford Bowers describes new informational site to help all segments of the printing industry respond to the COVID-19 outbreak.
HP’s board of directors wrote a letter to shareholders noting why they should reject Xerox offer, including the coronavirus outbreak.
SGIA’s Chief Economist discusses how the new $2 trillion stimulus package will benefit both printing company owners and their workers.
Printing Impressions can bring the printing industry closer together by sharing and learning from one another as a virtual community.
Los Angeles-based Sinclair Printing, which once employed 120 workers, is being closed by CJK Group, partly because of the coronavirus.
With the postponement of drupa 2020 to April 20-30 next year, Sabine Geldermann discusses what’s in store for drupa 2021.
Pennsylvania mandated that all nonessential businesses close and it appears that more states may soon follow.
Sententia Capital Management, which owns 869,687 shares of LSC common stock, intends to solicit votes for its own director nominees.
Due to the Coronavirous, Xerox Holdings indicated it will not aggressively pursue the HP acquisition at this point in time.
Shareholder Sententia seeks to replace the board at LSC Communications with its own directors, and wants a special shareholder meeting.
HP’s board argues the offer undervalues HP and would create a company saddled with too much debt and not enough synergies to cut costs.