Top executives of some of the leading fulfillment companies were assembled for FMA's annual President's Panel yesterday to provide an update on their companies and how the market is evolving.
Articles by Caysey Welton
Isn’t this what got so many publishers in trouble in the first place? AMI, which just came out of bankruptcy last month,
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The USPS filed new mailing service prices with the Postal Regulatory Commission today, including a 1.8 percent increase for periodicals, starting April 17.