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Smith & Ouzman denies paying over £400k in bribes in 'chickengate' case

Smith & Ouzman (S&O) has denied making corrupt payments of more than £400,000 in order to win contracts in four African countries.

Updated: Printers to feel impact of overtime holiday pay ruling

Print companies could be affected after workers won a case earlier today (4 November) at the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT), which means that some UK employers could now need to factor overtime pay when calculating workers’ holiday pay.

Royal Mail sets aside £18m for French antitrust fine

Royal Mail has set aside £18m in respect of legal costs and any potential fine arising from the French antitrust investigation into its European parcels subsidiary GLS (Global Logistic Systems).

Making the move: setting up shop in new premises

Ever since Margaret Thatcher declared her belief in a “property-owning democracy” and introduced Right to Buy in 1980, the UK has been a country obsessed with houses as something, not just to live in, but to make money from as well.

Ex-Kodak supplier Collins launches Prosper inks and Versamark upgrade program

Collins Ink has continued to target Kodak’s inkjet revenues with the launch of a number of new products and services for printers equipped with both the legacy Versamark and new Prosper inkjet printheads, as the legal wrangle between the two companies rumbles on.

Menu Printers awarded injunction against Basildon-based printer

An Essex-based print farmer has taken out an injunction against the owners and employees of the print business where she rented an office after they allegedly stole client information and files related to her business.

UK print must do more to resolve gender imbalance

In Britain, 2014, the average full-time pay gap between men and women is 10%, women make up just 17% of FTSE 100 board directors, and a quarter of women, according to a recent Business Environment survey, feel they have experienced some kind of discrimination at work.

Royal Mail facing French competition probe

Royal Mail Group has notified the stock market that one of its subsidiaries, GLS France, is being investigated by French competition authority Autorité de la Concurrence.

US Court of Appeals throws out patent troll's device profile suit

The US Court of Appeals has confirmed that a device profile patent asserted by Digitech Image Technologies, a subsidiary of US-based uber patent troll Acacia Research Corporation, against 32 defendants is invalid.

Frip Finishing warns of SIP fraud risk after falling victim to £35k hack

Frip Finishing has issued a warning to print and packaging companies of the dangers of having a Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) telephone connection after falling victim to a £35,000 SIP Trunk fraud.

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