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A printing company has hired more than 50 new staff since the turn of the year, in a bid to boost customer service.read more here:http://bit.ly/1stIcLf

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GE Aviation is investing $50 million to bring 3-D printing to its manufacturing plant in Auburn, Ala.read more here:http://bit.ly/1ATz8nK

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The owner of a Melbourne printing business believes envious competitors are to blame for an attempted arson attack that caused $10,000 worth of damage.read more here:http://bit.ly/1kFUIaz

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Consumer 3D printing has been creeping into mainstream awareness. Last year, office supply chain Staples announced they’d sell 3D Systems Cube 3D printers in stores, and UPS began offering 3D printing services at select locations.read more here:http://bit.ly/1ml8x9n

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The Internet has not been kind to the makers of physical media. read more here:http://bit.ly/1ATz1st

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Rok'it Advertising, Inc. today launched a new advertising campaign aimed at schools and small to medium-sized business in the United States. The campaign, entitled "#AllWithRokit" read more here:http://bit.ly/1kFUFf1

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In the ad, John Parke of Democrat Printing and Lithographing Company in Little Rock says he's a small businessman hurt by Obamacare.read more here:http://bit.ly/1stI2mY

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TIME, the largest magazine publisher in the United States, will report second-quarter 2014 earnings.read more here:http://bit.ly/UUu55t

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Duane Hixon was folding towels at the Wilmington Athletic Club. It was a month after he had been released from arena football -- "I played one game and missed all three of my field goal attempts."read more here:http://bit.ly/UUu2H2

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Having seen the Internet gobble up the lucrative business of printing classified ads, the soon-to-be former newspaper giant Gannett (GCI) is going all-in on the digital version of automotive classifieds.read more here:http://buswk.co/1stHMV6
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