SMES SPLIT ON BREXIT IMPACT
SME owners, including printers, in the UK are divided on how much impact the decision to leave the EU is having on their businesses, a survey has revealed
POLESTAR RETAINS TWO GUARDIAN TITLES
Polestar has renewed its contract to print two weekly supplements for Guardian News & Media, but will lose two others because the publisher is going to print them in-house
DE LA RUE TO CUT BANKNOTE PRODUCTION
De La Rue has announced plans to reduce its banknote production and invest more in passport work, after completing a review
POLESTAR CALLS IN DELOITTE TO ADVISE
Polestar has brought in Deloitte to advise on a new financial structure for the group in the face of downgraded forecasts for the performance of the business
TRINITY STOPS NEWCASTLE PRINTING PLANT
Trinity Mirror plans to close its Newcastle printing plant putting 49 jobs under threat
TELEGRAPH WARNS OF ‘INTENSE COMPETITION’ FROM FACEBOOK AND GOOGLE
Telegraph Media Group has warned news publishers face "intense competition" from Facebook and Google and "pressure on digital advertising yields" and that "these trends will only accelerate".
WOMEN’S WEEKLIES FALL 8.4%
Women's weeklies have declined in circulation once again with an 8.4% year-on-year drop over the first half of 2016, according to ABC.
NEW UK NEWSPAPER
Trinity Mirror said The New Day will go on sale on February 29 and offer an “upbeat, optimistic approach and will be politically neutral”.
INDEPENDENT TO CEASE AS PRINT EDITION
The Independent and Independent on Sunday newspapers are to cease print editions in March, leaving only an online edition, the owner has said.
WATERSTONES OPENS BIGGEST LONDON STORE IN 10 YEARS
The largest Waterstones branch to be opened in London in a decade began trading on 12 December.