Business Management - Government/Governmental
Long before the president of the U.S. vowed to “Make America Great Again,” he didn’t hold back when it came to pro-business stances.
Steven Kaczorowski admitted to helping the mail service provider owner defraud the USPS out of more than $1.5 million in postage.
U.S. GPO Acting Deputy Director and Chief Administrative Officer, Herbert H. Jackson, Jr., announced he will retire on March 31, 2019.
Industry employment has declined, but the main drivers aren’t due to a dismal outlook for the graphic arts industry.
They argue that Quad’s acquisition of LSC would make it the monopoly provider in the long-run magazine and book printing businesses.
California’s privacy act will require marketers and direct mailers to adhere to new regulations. Here’s what you need to know.
AF&PA President and CEO Donna Harman issued a statement regarding U.S. Senate confirmation of Andrew Wheeler to EPA Administrator.
The BLS called the printing industry “too small to be tracked.” What impact does this decision by a government agency have on printers?
The Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that “printer” and “screen printer” are too narrow to be considered for its database.
PIA issues response to the Bureau of Labor Statistics announcement that printing is “too small or too concentrated to be tracked.”