Michael Roesch

IRVINGTON, NJ—Back in business after a merger-gone-wrong, Michael Roesch, president of Stuyvesant Press (SPI), says he's just kicking into high gear, taking advantage of what he considers the opportunity of a lifetime. A nasty split-up almost cost him the 20-year-old, $2 million business he grew from (almost) scratch, but the outcome—SPI's recent successful reopening, after an 18-month hiatus—was worth the tribulations of the tumultuous (business) divorce. As the proud re-owner of a completely renovated, newly equipped commercial printing operation—which includes five presses headed up by a four-color, 40˝ Heidelberg Speedmaster perfector, a full bindery, an Intergraph high-end workstation with a full complement of Macs

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