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Domino ends record 32-year run in 2012 results

Domino Printing Sciences has recorded a 1% year-on-year fall in turnover to 312.1m ending its record run of 32 consecutive years of revenue growth.

Océ and Manroland team up for digital newspaper production

Océ and Manroland Web Systems have teamed up to develop a digital printing and finishing system for newspaper and book production.

Communisis wins major transactional contract

Communisis has won a significant transactional print contract from one of its major statement printing rivals RR Donnelley GDS.

Amberley Labels invests in HP WS6600

Dorset-based Amberley Labels has invested "in excess of 750,000" in a seven-colour HP WS6600 digital label press.

Landa on track with Nanography commercialisation plans

Landa Digital Printing is "on schedule" with its quality and reliability roadmap and will deliver its first Nanography presses at the end of next year, according to chairman and chief executive Benny Landa.

Report: Landa to approach investors, fundraising puts $1bn price tag on Nanography

Landa has orders for 400 Nanographic presses and chairman Benny Landa is poised to embark upon a fundraising round for the venture, valuing it at up to $1bn, according to a report in the Israeli financial press.

IFS to offer roll-fed finishing portfolio through Lasermax partnership

Intelligent Finishing Systems (IFS) has signed an an exclusive distribution contract with Lasermax Roll to bring the Swedish company's inline finishing equipment for continuous feed digital printers to the UK.

An interview with Kodak CEO Antonio Perez

Despite the challenge of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Kodak CEO Antonio Perez painted a fairly bright picture of the legendary Rochester, NY-based company's future, in an exclusive interview with PrintWeek ahead of GraphExpo.

DST kicks off multi-site upgrade with Kodak Prosper order

DST Output UK has embarked on a multimillion-pound equipment upgrade across its Bristol, Dagenham and Nottingham sites.

Kodak culls COO role and will cut further 1,000 jobs

Kodak has axed the role of president and chief operating officer Phil Faraci and will shed a further 1,000 jobs as it speeds up cost cutting efforts while the clock ticks on its Chapter 11 restructuring.

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