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EFI claims IP 'victory' over Durst after German court invalidates patent

EFI has won the latest round of its long-running intellectual property dispute with Durst covering printing with white ink after the Federal Patent Court of Germany invalidated "substantial parts" of Durst's patent.

UK economy grows 0.8% in Q3

UK Gross Domestic Product (GDP) increased by 0.8% in Q3 2012 compared with Q2, according to the preliminary estimate from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

Police discover 3D printed 'gun components' in Manchester raid

A 3D printer and what are suspected to be components for a 3D printed gun were among items seized by Greater Manchester Police (GMP) in a series of raids in the Wythenshawe area of Manchester yesterday.

Cameron announces late payment consultation

A consultation to tackle the problem of late payments to small businesses will launch later this year, following criticism of the Prompt Payment Code.

Finat warns label printers over new EU food regs

Self-adhesive label industry association Finat has warned label printers that they could be struck off supplier rosters if they fail to comply with the latest EU food safety regulations.

SME lending pays off for Close Brothers

Close Brothers has reported a 21% rise in pre-tax profits to 163.1m in its preliminary results for the year to 31 July 2013 on the back of increased lending to SMEs.

Royal Mail shares leap 36% as CWU blasts 'greedy' private investors

Royal Mail shares began conditional trading this morning at 450p, up more than 36% on their 330p offer price.

Former print finisher convicted of murder

Former print finisher Michael Carroll, 60, has been convicted of murdering his 64-year-old wife Elisabeth following a re-trial at Cambridge Crown Court.

Royal Mail privatisation kicks off ahead of CWU strike ballot

Royal Mail kicked off its initial public offering (IPO) today just as the CWU was sending out ballot papers to postal workers for strike action opposing the privatisation.

UK Print sceptical of Miliband's business rate plans

Ed Miliband will announce plans to freeze small business rates for two years, from April 2015 to April 2017, in his keynote speech at the Labour Party conference this afternoon.

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