Business Management - Government/Governmental
Consolidations are the only way that the printing sector can purge its overcapacity. Government lawyers should not stand in their way.
On this episode of The Week that Was, there's an update on the Quad-LSC front; Mittera Group purchased select assets of Sprint Denver; Ironmark installed a Komori Lithrone perfector; and we have a firsthand account of Ricoh's INTERACT 2019.
Former Weyerhaeuser exec Heidi Brock is succeeding Donna Harman, who retired after 12 years serving as AF&PA’s president and CEO.
Two years ago, President Trump signed an executive order that was the first effort to promote his “Buy American, Hire American.”
President Trump announced an additional $300 billion in imports from China would soon be subject to 25% tariffs.
An independent government watchdog refuted President Trump’s claims that the USPS loses “a fortune” on a sweetheart deal with Amazon.
The German antitrust authority that regulates and prohibits what it deems to be monopolies or cartels, struck down the proposed deal.
A statement by Michael Makin regarding the House of Representatives Committee on Oversight Financial Condition of the USPS hearing.
In this episode of The Week that Was, EFI entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired for $1.7 billion; the PRC issued a compliance assessing the USPS in FY18; and Bill Farquharson has some advice about badmouthing the competition.