Business Management - Finance/Financial
Marketing Mail experienced steep volume declines at the onset of the pandemic but has been rebounding. Marketing Mail revenue increased $324 million, or 9.4%, compared to the same quarter last year, on volume growth of 545 million pieces.
In its five-year strategic plan, the U.S. Government Publishing Office listed four key goals: achieve operational excellence; modernize and innovate; ensure financial stability; and develop the workforce.
Marketing Mail revenue increased $512 million, or 15.9%, compared to the same quarter last year, on volume growth of approximately 1.2 billion pieces, or 8.4%. Marketing Mail experienced steep volume declines at the onset of the pandemic but has been rebounding as the economy continues to recover.
The U.S. Government Publishing Office has requested 2023 appropriations in the amount of $131 million, a 5.4% increase over its FY 2022 appropriation. What exactly will this money be used for?
Xerox Holdings Corp. has renamed its equipment financing business FITTLE, derived from 'fit,' representing the right choice through speed, quality, and ease of transacting, all of which are essential in a financing partner.
In the third quarter, high order backlog at Heidelberg provided a strong starting point for the coming financial year. Further milestones in the growth of package printing and digital business models were also achieved during that time.
Our new salary survey reveals some disappointing news for in-plant managers. Average salaries remained virtually stagnant in 2021 compared with 2019, climbing just a paltry 0.3%. The median salary dropped for the first time since 2011, shrinking 2.3%.
The Herman L. Gimbel and Audrey M. Gimbel Memorial Scholarship Fund, part of the Xplor Member Scholarship program, will provide financial assistance to Xplor members and their families who are pursuing careers in the electronic document and communications industry.
By now the realities of inflation have sunk in for all of us. We know more about the supply chain than we ever have in our lives, but that’s not doing us much good. Supply costs still keep going up. How are in-plants coping?
On Wednesday, as news traveled across Capitol Hill that December’s consumer price index rose 7%, PRINTING United Alliance issued a letter formally calling on Congressional leaders to end negotiations to pass the Build Back Better Act and shift focus to more immediate economic concerns.