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HH on track to double last year's earnings

HH has said it is on target to double its operating result in the current financial year after equalling last year's EBITDA of 1.1m in the first six months.

Post Script: From Arctic pursuits to a life much less hirsute

Regular readers of Post Script would be forgiven for thinking that Simon Biltcliffe, managing director of print management business Webmart, had morphed into a full-time fundraising machine.

Communisis unveils results of client-driven strategic review

Communisis is to cut around 80 jobs as part of a strategic review to save 4m a year and "align its business and proposition in a way that better suits the direction of its marketplace and the demands of its customers".

Profile: Diverse portfolio proves to be a strong formation for Manchester PM business

While straddling the United-City divide, this company is investing in the future, writes Helen Morris

Help Line: Print by numbers and MIS expertise

Jo Francis tracks down the solutions to your technical troubles

Prudential UK hands 10-year deal to RR Donnelley

Prudential UK has awarded a 10-year contract from 2011 to manage its print needs to RR Donnelley Global Document Solutions (GDS).

Communisis Q3 trading in line with expectations

Communisis is confident of meeting its full year targets after releasing its Q3 management statement in which it said that trading during the three months to 30 September was in line with expectations.

PrintWeek Awards winners revealed

Close to 1,200 leading lights helped celebrate the best in UK print, at the PrintWeek Awards 2010.

Colour needs a champion in India

Sachin Shardul reports on the Indo-German conference on colour measurement and management - and workshopping which elicited overwhelming response from more than hundred delegates

TPF and DSR in administration as O2O picks up BPO arm

The Print Factory London (1991) (TPF) and DSR Group have been placed in administration with KPMG and the trade and assets of the print management division have been sold to Office2office (O2O).

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