By Andy Richardson, CEO of Influential Software It’s a case of another week, another publishing takeover. This week, McGraw-Hill announced that it was offloading its education publishing business, though this time not to another publisher. The private equity arm of investment firm Apollo Global Management will take control of the textbook publisher, which has undershot its revenue targets in seven [...]

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By Rose Blessing Industry implementation of PDF workflows may progress rapidly because it requires minimal investment: a $295 software package and maybe some associated tools can get you started, noted some speakers at Seybold San Francisco in September. The Internet is also a factor, where PDF pioneers are generously sharing what they learn as they go. Stephan Jaeggi, a prepress consultant based in Switzerland, has involved himself in cooperative industry efforts to explore the potential and the limitations of PDF for high-end prepress. His white paper, "PDF for Prepress," originally intended for a developer audience, and slides from a presentation, "Working with PDF Today," presented at

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