Professor Frank Romano’s new book, “History of the Linotype Company,” is like a love letter with references and footnotes.
Have someone offer to buy your business, and then try to focus on running the business.
I believe these questions and answers are a reflection of what is on the minds of the publishing community in regard to inkjet and books today.
A new digital approach for Heidelberg is significant, since it echoes earlier Heidelberg initiatives such as Quickmaster DI, NexPress, and (most recently) Linoprint L, which was sold to Markem Imaje.
When does it become helpful to purchase equipment for depreciation write-offs?
The World Publishing Expo, the largest global trade fair for the newspaper and news publishing industry was held in Berlin, Germany, from the 7th to the 9th of October.
By John Stewart
One of my long-time clients contacted me the other day with some info his manager had gathered. According to the memo, sales in 2011 had increased eight percent over 2010, and were the best sales of record.
Most interesting of all was...