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'Major advance' in Royal Mail pension negotiations

Having halted a planned 48-hour Communication Workers Union (CWU) strike in October, the Royal Mail has issued an update on recommendations for worker pensions and pay.

Monocle launches Winter Weekly

Following the success of its debut summer newspaper, global affairs magazine and brand Monocle has launched its Monocle Winter Weekly, and expanded its sales remit to North America.

Former Anton directors submit pleas as trial slated for next year

Four of the five former Anton Group directors charged with Cheating the Public Revenue have submitted pleas, including some guilty pleas, with a trial for the remaining charges set for November next year.

Foilco in green foiling first

Hot foil specialist Foilco has claimed to have become the first Zero2Landfill accredited foil supplier in the UK.

Photobox relocates back office

Moonpig parent company Photobox Group has relocated its back office to a new premises in the heart of London, close to the garage where it was originally founded in 2000.

Time Inc UK sale to go ahead as planned

Time Inc has confirmed that it will be proceeding with the sale of its UK arm and that the buyer will not be Meredith Corporation, which acquired Time Inc earlier this week.

Prinovis funds Storybarn adventures

Prinovis has funded two days’ worth of Storybarn adventures for a local school.

Local newspaper printing plant may close

Newbury News is considering closing its printing plant after a brace of contract losses, placing 28 jobs at risk.

Time Inc sold but question marks remain over UK arm's future

US-headquartered Time Inc has been sold to rival Meredith Corporation for around $2.8bn (£2.1bn), although question marks remain over the UK arm of the business, which was put up for sale by Time earlier this year.

Unite vows to 'secure justice' for former Stones staff

Unite the Union has vowed to “secure pay justice” for workers at Stones Ashford, calling the firm's behaviour “contemptible” after it closed its doors last Friday (17 November).

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