A new partnership with global nonprofit Room to Read in India is expanding Kodak's Print for Good literacy programme.
Investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason have named five new directors for Xerox, after the US-headquartered company announced it was calling off its merger with Fuji Xerox.
After years of struggling with debt and almost five months in bankruptcy, paper maker Norske Skog has been sold to a private equity company for 235 million Euros ($373 million).
Jordan Godsiff who works at Stuff's Christchurch print centre, has been named reelfed apprentice of the year at a graduation ceremony held by PrintNZ in the city.
After more than meeting expectations in its fourth quarter, Koenig & Bauer says a high order backlog and well filled project pipeline has it on track to meet 2018 targets.
What is claimed to be the world's first embedded video player has been published in a Malaysian newspaper.
Market factors and systematic reduction of global newsprint manufacturing capacity are creating the first newsprint shortage in years, and mill owners are reaping the benefits.
Print technologies stood side by side with gifts and camping products when the 13th Hong Kong International Printing & Packaging Fair was twinned with the Gifts & Premium event over the last four days.
Often disruptive technical developments which changed newspaper publishing are to be charted in a new report.
Baldwin will develop Quad/Graphics' Digital Ink System after buying intellectual property rights to developments currently underway.
The seed of a 'greenovation' idea is an apt metaphor for the print culture at English-language print giant The Times of India.
Koenig & Bauer says strong revenue and earnings in the fourth quarter helped it meet or exceed targets for 2017 and set it on track to those for 2021.
A programme of demonstrations heralded the introduction of manroland's new Varioman packaging press in Augsburg.
In the background behind US private equity firm AIP's decision to sell Goss International into a "merger" with German rival manroland web systems is the story of a troubled marriage.
Possehl Group and US-based American Industrial Partners will jointly own a new business to merge manroland web systems and the printing press business of Goss International.
It's the machine on which manroland web systems is pinning much of its hopes for the future... but it's not designed to print newspapers or magazines.
Extending its 'heavy metal' e-commerce Store, manroland web systems has signed two new suppliers.
Financial imperatives and internal changes may have led Australia's two newsmedia giants to a change of heart on outsourcing print production to each other.
Dutch used press equipment vendor GWS has announced a partnership with The Siebold Company which will see the latter represent it in North America.
manroland is claiming a breakthrough in the Indian language market with the sale of its second Cromoman 4-1 press into eastern India.
Billionaire Boston Globe owner John Henry appears to have flagged the possibility of abandoning the paper's challenged Taunton print site, which suffered more production problems last SuperBowl weekend.
A German web publisher and employment platform has rated press maker Koenig & Bauer in top 30 'best employers' in the country.
A new contract for a syndicated credit facility will enable Koenig & Bauer to finance targeted organic growth in packaging, digital and industrial printing.
Of its day, it was the flagship printing plant and a leader in the move towards outsourced print. Now production of the San Francisco Chronicle is being handed back to its publisher Hearst Communications.
After nosing around the colour registration segment with two earlier acquisitions, cashed-up Baldwin Technology has picked up QuadTech from its US printer owner Quad/Graphics.
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