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Print gets in Christmas spirit with record fourth quarter

A record November has brought an early bout of Christmas cheer to the print industry and contributed to growing confidence for the year ahead.

While not the best vintage, 2012 was still a decent year

For those that remember our first issue of 2012, which featured web offset job and capacity cuts, you could be forgiven for thinking that this year has ended almost exactly the same way it began - with very little to smile about in-between.

Domino ends record 32-year run in 2012 results

Domino Printing Sciences has recorded a 1% year-on-year fall in turnover to 312.1m ending its record run of 32 consecutive years of revenue growth.

KBA to close Trennfeld site

KBA is to merge its Trennfeld plant into its main Wrzburg facility 16 miles away, a move it said would save several million euros a year but lead to "almost all" 220 staff being offered new roles.

St Ives shares hit 52-week high on latest IMS

St Ives' shares hit a 52-week high of 107.93 on Monday as it published its interim management statement for the first 14 weeks of its 2012/13 financial year.

De La Rue profits up but fallout from 2010 production issues uncertain

De La Rue posted a 3% rise in first half revenue and pre-tax profits in its interim statement yesterday (27 November), despite a 15% drop in banknote paper volumes.

Digital revenues boost Future's income

Publishing group Future has recorded a 26% increase in operating profit excluding exceptional items in its preliminary 2012 results despite continued losses on its print activities.

Gemini operating profit soars more than 150%

Gemini Group's operating profit rose more than 150% in the year to 30 June 2012 following the management reorganisation and restructuring of the previous year.

James Cropper boosts profits despite falling paper sales

Paper manufacturer James Cropper has recorded a double digit increase in its operating profit for the first half of 2012 despite falling sales in its speciality paper business.

HP books $8.8bn charge on Autonomy deal

HP has called in the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) and US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Enforcement Division after it was forced to announced an $8.8bn writedown of its $11bn Autonomy acquisition.

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