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Marketing bosses disqualified for six years

Two marketing bosses have been disqualified for a total of 12 years after causing their company to pay more than £830,000 to businesses they had connections with, leading creditors to lose out when the company was subsequently liquidated.

Double disqualification for married print bosses

A married couple who ran a print company have been disqualified for a total of 14 years after the husband breached a previous disqualification.

De La Rue accelerates cost-cutting programme as revenues fall

De La Rue has ramped up its cost-cutting programme for the upcoming year after the group recorded an 8% drop in revenues to 483.7m during the 12 months to 31 March 2013.

USPS in U-turn on Saturday delivery

The board of the US Postal Service (USPS) announced this week that it has directed US Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe not to go ahead with plans to end Saturday delivery this August.

Agfa CTP and Heidelberg install round off Ormside investments

Surrey-based commercial printer Ormside Press will upgrade its CTP and workflow systems next month following the install in January of a Heidelberg CD102 B1 five-colour press, plus coater.

Ofcom sets out measures to protect the universal postal service

Royal Mail's competitors could face regulatory intervention in future if Ofcom considers them to be posing a "material threat to the provision of the universal service".

BIS outlines Business Bank strategy

The government has outlined its plan to boost SME lending via the state-owned Business Bank, which will become the vehicle through which all government finance initiatives are administered.

Proskills partnership offers new training courses to sector

A safety management training program is one of several skills and training courses that is being specifically adapted for printing business, and will be available to employees in the sector next month.

Directors of collapsed print group disqualified for 16 years

Two former print bosses have been disqualified for a total of 16 years for offences including false invoicing.

US Congress to debate consumer right to printed communications

Congress will soon debate the rights of Americans to continue receiving paper communications from the federal government, thanks to a Washington, DC-based advocacy group.

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