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2010 Gold Ink Awards
September 1, 2010

As demonstrated by the winners of this year's Gold Ink Awards, pride in book production is alive and well in 2010.

Former RR Donnelley CEO to Chair Quebecor World Board
June 26, 2009

The creditors of Quebecor World announced in a court filing this week the names of the company's new independent directors. Former RR Donnelley CEO Mark Angelson will be chairman. He will be joined by Tom Ryder, former chairman and CEO of Reader's Digest, and Jack Kliger, former president and CEO of Hachette Filipacchi. Ryder and Kliger are past chairmen of the Magazine Publishers Association. Ryder also sits on the boards of, Virgin Mobile and Starwood Hotels.

Donnelley Makes a Bid for Quebecor
May 15, 2009

Commercial printer R.R. Donnelley & Sons has offered to buy competitor Quebecor World's assets and properties for approximately $1.35 billion, Reuters reported this week. The Montreal-based Quebecor is hoping to emerge from bankruptcy protection—which it filed for in January 2008—this summer.

Quebecor World Creates New Publishing Services Group
June 20, 2008

Quebecor World Inc. announced Tuesday that it is integrating its magazine, book and directory divisions into a single operating structure, the Publishing Services Group. According to the company, the new structure will streamline operations, improve services and better serve existing and new publishing customers. Kevin J. Clarke, who has served as president of Quebecor World’s Book and Directory Publishing Services Group for the last 5 years, will lead the new Publishing Services Group. “The integrated Publishing Services Group is part of our ongoing efforts to meet and exceed the requirements of magazine, book and directory publishers, and to ensure we are in a

The Top 30 Book Manufacturers
June 1, 2008

Speak to just about any book manufacturer these days about his or her business, and you’re likely to hear a laundry list of concerns: an economy teetering on the edge of a recession, paper’s rising costs and tighter supply, the need to respond to publishers’ and environmental groups’ “green” demands, and mounting pressure to improve turn times and to upgrade technology, among others. And yet, for an industry so seemingly wrought with challenges, a look at Book Business’ annual list of North America’s Top 30 Book Manufacturers (on pages 16-17) appears to tell a different story. Just seven of the 30 printers who appear