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Unite slams Trinity's freeze on staff pay rises

Unite has reacted angrily to plans by newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror to freeze pay increases for its staff in 2009.

'Business as usual' at Chesapeake UK as US arm mulls Chapter 11 options

Chesapeake has insisted it is "business as usual" for its UK operation, despite the possibility of the US packaging group seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the States.

Changing hands but protecting the legacy

Building direct mail firm 4DM had left its directors craving time to pursue other interests, but reluctant to just walk away, they opted for a more personal sale

73 jobs at risk at Bezier as it consolidates Bristol site

Bezier has entered into consultation over the loss of 73 jobs as it proposes the closure of its Bristol-based manufacturing arm.

Polestar and News International to set up new in-plant colleges

Polestar and News International are to join forces with Leeds College of Technology (LCT) to set up several new in-plant colleges, following the success of Polestar Sheffield's project, which opened earlier this year.

Communisis ties with Williams Lea for HBOS work

Communisis has announced an historic partnership with arch-rival Williams Lea in its interim management statement today, in which it revealed that the two are working together on the HBOS contract.

Strike threat looms over Royal Mail centre closure

Union officials have warned that postal strikes in Coventry and Warwickshire are looking increasingly inevitable after Royal Mail confirmed it will continue with plans to move its mailing centre from Coventry to Northampton, a closure the Communication Workers Union (CWU) has claimed will displace 500 employees.

Upbeat Xaar buoyed by strong 2007 results

Xaar predicted a 13% increase in revenue to 47.9m for the year ending 31 December 2007, thanks to "solid" growth in the company's Platform 1 product line.

Last-ditch rescue bid for Quebecor World

Troubled print company Quebecor World has received what it terms as a "meaningful and serious" rescue package of 200m ($C400) from its parent company Quebecor Inc and a private equity firm.

Arjowiggins seals deal to buy Greenfield SAS mill

Arjowiggins has bolstered its environmentally friendly paper production capacity after it finalised the purchase of the French deinking mill Greenfield SAS from parent company Cascades.

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