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GDPR: EU's new data regs come into force

Today is the day that the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules come into effect, following their adoption by the European Parliament two years ago.

Fujifilm to take legal action over thwarted Xerox merger deal

Fujifilm has declared its intention to sue Xerox for damages, saying the latter had "no legal right" to unilaterally pull out of the planned merger deal.

Portland Print goes into liquidation after 57 years

Dickenson Tingdene, which traded as Portland Print, has gone into liquidation after almost 60 years in business, with 22 workers made redundant.

Bournemouth Colour Press appoints liquidators

Bournemouth Colour Press has gone into voluntary liquidation, citing a problematic takeover and £35,000 in bad debt, with its director setting up a new company, Bournemouth Creative Print.

Competition authority probes Trinity's N&S deal

Trinity Mirror has been served a 'hold separate' order by the Competition & Markets Authority (CMA), pending an investigation into risks to press plurality resulting from its acquisition of titles from Northern & Shell.

Aaron Printing & Mailing Solutions goes into liquidation

Aaron Printing & Mailing Solutions (APMS) has gone into liquidation after its assets were sold and its staff made redundant.

FT Solutions acquired by Paragon CC while in administration

FT Solutions has gone into administration, with debts to trade creditors expected to total around £3.4m, and its trade assets have subsequently been acquired by Paragon Customer Communications.

Anton director pleads guilty on all charges

Brian Thomas, one of the five former directors of Anton Group charged with Cheating the Public Revenue, has pleaded guilty at Southwark Crown Court to all three charges brought against him.

Former Anton directors submit pleas as trial slated for next year

Four of the five former Anton Group directors charged with Cheating the Public Revenue have submitted pleas, including some guilty pleas, with a trial for the remaining charges set for November next year.

Five-figure fine for Brown Brothers as worker loses fingers

Paper and film supplier Brown Brothers Group has been fined for health and safety breaches after a worker seriously injured his right hand while operating a press.

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