Critical thinking

In On the Origin of Species Charles Darwin points out that it’s not the strongest or most intelligent of the species that survives, but the one that’s most adaptable to change.

HeiQ: shares will be suspended after the bank holiday weekend

HeiQ shares slump after results delayed

Shares in materials innovation specialist HeiQ PLC lost almost a third of their value after the firm said its results would be filed late.

Boris Johnson announced the 'roadmap out of lockdown' in February 2021

Industry leaders react, three years on from lockdown

While today (23 March) marks three years since the first Covid lockdown was implemented in the UK, the impact of that and subsequent lockdowns are still felt across the industry while the...

Mullen: it's print that makes our investment in data possible

Reach plans to make further savings in print supply chain

Reach’s newsprint bill went up by more than £22m last year, with the media group forced to put up prices, cut print runs and tweak paginations to try and mitigate the hike.

HeiQ Viroblock was initially developed for the Ebola crisis

HeiQ sues over antiviral coatings

Materials science firm HeiQ is suing its printing industry partner for breach of contract.

YM fallout continues to dominate headlines in May

Unsurprisingly, this month’s ranking of most read articles was heavily dominated by the fallout from the collapse of the various YM Group companies. And while there was some good news, for example in...

"You need to love this industry. It’s not very difficult to love it, but it’s mandatory"

Winding down a love affair

When Rainer Hundsdörfer took over as boss of the industry’s largest press manufacturer five years ago, the world was a very different place.

The London edition has an average print run of 310,000 magazines fortnightly. Image: Time Out Group

Time Out to stop printing London edition

Media and hospitality business Time Out is set to cease printing the London edition of its free magazine at the end of June.

Raithatha: "The long-term opportunity remains vast"

Moonpig sales reflect 'permanent step change in scale'

Moonpig Group has upped its sales forecast for the current financial year to £300m.

The three-day event saw around 100 companies and brands exhibiting

Sign & Digital UK impresses on return

Sign & Digital UK (SDUK) was well received by exhibitors and visitors alike on its return after a pandemic-induced three-year hiatus.