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Future buys five Haymarket consumer titles in £14m deal

Haymarket Media Group has sold five of its titles to Future Publishing in a deal thought to be worth up to £14m.

Historic printer Stones in administration after cash crisis

Henry Stone has gone into administration just four months after the collapse of its ill-fated venture into web offset at Stones Ashford, and will be wound down immediately.

NME to cease print edition

The iconic British weekly music publication, which launched in 1952, has been axed as part of the brand’s digital-first strategy. The last edition will hit the stands on 9 March.

Online-only retailer can’t resist the power of print

Fashion retailer Asos has largely existed only in abstract cyberspace since its inception – one of the most recognisable brands to be truly online-only. But even Asos cannot deny the power of print, as its customer-loyalty quarterly magazine reaches its 100th edition and goes on commercial release for the first time.

Asos Magazine struts its stuff at 100 issues

Asos marked the 100th issue of its quarterly customer-loyalty magazine by making it available online for anyone to buy.

Time Inc UK sale confirmed

Time Inc UK's new owner has pledged to bring "clarity and simplicity" to the business, which has become the latest publishing group to be acquired by a private equity house.

Time Inc UK slims production team, sale still TBC

Speculation is mounting over the outcome of the sale process at Time Inc UK, while the publisher has restructured its production function with almost half of the department's staff departing as a result.

Print continues decline in latest magazine ABCs

The latest consumer magazine reports from the Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) have shown a continued overall decline for print, although some sectors bucked the trend.

Walker promoted at PCP

Magazine and catalogue specialist Precision Colour Printing has promoted Adam Walker to its main board.

Trinity Mirror and Northern & Shell seal sale deal

Trinity Mirror has agreed to purchase Northern & Shell’s publishing assets in a near-£200m deal including payments into the Northern & Shell pension schemes.

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