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Kodak pension scheme heading towards PPF

Kodak’s former pension scheme could become the latest industry scheme to end up in the Pension Protection Fund, and the Kodak Alaris business could be sold as a result.

Wood shortages limit Stora Enso's Q2 growth

Stora Enso's share price fell by 10% this morning on the publication of Q2 results that failed to live up to expectations.

InnerWorkings facing new legal action

InnerWorkings, the US-based print management and marketing giant that has a UK subsidiary, is facing legal action from investors once again over alleged financial misreporting.

Take time to ensure your business is in the best of health

In the heady times immediately following the setting up of a new business, beyond the signing of contracts, few really take the time to step back and assess the new entity for structural weaknesses that could sink it before it has a chance to swim.

Putting it all back together again

It was while he was on his dream holiday that Andy Martin’s nightmare began. The weather in Thailand on Christmas Day 2015 was near perfect, but clouds gathered elsewhere. From that other place came a text from his production director Russell Webster.

Nova Direct Mail falls into administration

West Sussex-based direct mailing operation Nova Direct Mail has been placed in administration with the loss of around 22 jobs.

Seek out the niche lenders that are right for your needs

Alternative funding, peer-to-peer (P2P) lending, crowdfunding. Call it what you will but it’s nothing new. According to the UK Crowdfunding Association its roots lie, like many things, in music.

Humble beginnings are no barrier for print’s high flyers

Apprenticeships are back in vogue, and understandably so. The advent of tuition fees has caused young people considering whether or not to study for a degree to reassess their options, and who can blame them? An apprenticeship, and the opportunity to earn while learning, can compare favourably to studying for an expensive degree that’s no guarantee of a glittering career.

Regency gains seven-figure PE investment

Private equity house Foresight Group has invested almost £2m in specialist printer Regency Design & Print and has ambitious plans to scale the business.

Print may be a strong player but throughput could be better

On the face of it, current labour productivity levels in the UK are pretty dire to say the least. Last month’s Office of National Statistics (ONS) figures show that hourly output fell 0.5% in Q1 of this year, pushing productivity below levels recorded before the financial crash.

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