Business Management - Finance/Financial
On this episode of The Week that Was, Los Angeles-based Sinclair Printing is winding down operations; SGIA Economist Andy Paparozzi talks about the $2T stimulus package; the SGIA March 2020 Economy Watch is out; and a Minuteman Press location is 3D printing face shields to protect health care providers.
Bart Krupnick answers several financial aid questions a printing company owner might have in reference to the recently-passed CARES Act
SGIA’s Chief Economist discusses how the new $2 trillion stimulus package will benefit both printing company owners and their workers.
Sententia Capital Management, which owns 869,687 shares of LSC common stock, intends to solicit votes for its own director nominees.
The management board of Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG has adopted a plan that focuses on its core business and ensuring profitability.
R.R. Donnelley & Sons (RRD) has entered into privately-negotiated agreements with the largest holder of its outstanding senior notes.
Shareholder Sententia seeks to replace the board at LSC Communications with its own directors, and wants a special shareholder meeting.
Chatham Asset Management feels R.R. Donnelley adopted a “Poison Pill” shareholder rights plan directed at the private equity firm.
LSC reports that its decrease in organic net sales was largely due to the ongoing impact of digital substitution and lower book volume.