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In this episode of The Week that Was, Hagadone, Hawaii's Largest commercial printer, announced that it will shut its doors on Jan. 11, 2019, after 26 years in business.

Also making headlines, Manhattan-based Fitch Group recently acquired two Xerox Iridesse digital presses to pursue its 20% annual growth targets.

Our sister publication Promo Marketing published an article exploring the story behind "The World's Ugliest Color," Pantone 448 C, and why some countries are using it on packaging to discourage customers from buying certain products, such as cigarettes.

We've also published more expert analysis on the proposed acquisition of LSC Communications by Quad/Graphics, a mega-deal that is expected to close by the middle of next year.

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