Even though Fox Group paid all invoices that far exceeded minimum wage rates, the Department of Labor said it was still responsible.
A U.S. Department of Labor consent judgment requires Lansdale, Pa.-based Fox Bindery to pay $274,183 in back wages and an equal amount in liquidated damages to 556 current and former employees. The agency also assessed the employer and its president, Henry J. "Hank" Fox, a $50,000 civil penalty.
David Wefer claims that the LSC board authorized the filing of a misleading preliminary joint proxy statement/prospectus with the SEC.
Tom Taubenheim and Dan Schmidt discuss their success with an Océ Colorado 1640 wide-format printer from Canon Solutions America.
In the coming weeks, work from the North Kansas City, Mo., manufacturing operation will be absorbed into the Mittera Group facilities.
Eli Sadikov, of Rush Flyer Printing in Brooklyn, has acquired a Colorado 1640 wide-format rollfed printer from Canon Solutions America.
It includes five Tensor T-1400 coldset web offset presses, an eight-color Didde web, a five-color Goss Comunity web press and more.
Our 35th annual list of the top 400 printers serves as a barometer of the current state and future direction of the printing industry.
David Wang, of CMC in Fremont, Calif., discusses success with its imagePRESS digital printers, as well as expansion into new markets.
Bartash was the largest coldset web offset commercial printer in the Philadelphia area and among the top 100 publication printers.
Solo Printing in Miami purchased two new 40˝ Komori Lithrone presses, including a 10-color perfector with coater and a new six-color.
Peter Schaefer provides expert analysis about the acquisition of LSC Communications by Quad/Graphics, creating an $8.1B powerhouse.
Hagadone Printing Hawaii will shutter its commercial printing operations in Honolulu on Jan. 11, 2019, after more than 26 years.
Jim Clark shares how the book printer replaced digital toner-based printers with an Océ VarioPrint i300 sheetfed color inkjet press.
Lisa Kaiser Hickey, chair of DPRINT in Lakeland, Fla., has seen many changes during her four decades serving in the printing industry.