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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.

Books 'not dead' although changing mix hits margins at Clays

St Ives' book printing subsidiary Clays increased its output by around half a million books in 2011/12, but while the number of orders was "up significantly", average print runs were "down significantly".

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.

Domino maintains full-year outlook as N600i roll-out begins

Domino Printing Sciences has used its third-quarter management statement to highlight the roll-out of its N600i full-colour label press as well as concerns over market conditions in Europe and China.

Roland to launch Soljet Pro4 XR-640 with eight-channel print heads

Digital press manufacturer Roland DG's latest wide-format press, Soljet Pro4 XR-640, has been fitted with its innovative eight-channel print head technology.

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.

Pixartprinting to host world's largest Durst P10 UV collection

Italian trade printer Pixartprinting is to install three more Rho P10 200 flatbed UV inkjet printers, bringing its total Durst collection to a record-breaking seven.

Ceramic tile printing boosts Xaar results

Inkjet manufacturer Xaar has posted a 6.3m year-on-year revenue increase to 37.9m for the six months to June 2012.

Kodak Q2 loss rises as creditor claims top $20.5bn

Kodak has posted a pre-tax loss of $300m (193m) in its second quarter results, a 54% increase on last year's $195m loss, as it revealed total creditor claims had reached $20.5bn.

Business inspection: Blisset Bookbinders

Ultra-modern kit has enabled this firm to capitalise on traditional skills in the digital age

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