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Top 10 Dead Pixels Society photo industry stories of 2017 News Opinion 

Top 10 Dead Pixels Society photo industry stories of 2017

It’s been a busy year for the Dead Pixels Society, with the launching of the full blog and a weekly newsletter. Here are the top 10 stories from the website, based on hits and shares: 10) Costco gets into business printing Costco has added business printing to its online Photo Center. The company notified customers of the addition of business... Read More
Shutterfly earnings report reveals overall printing market trends and challenges Earnings reports Opinion 

Shutterfly earnings report reveals overall printing market trends and challenges

Yesterday, photo-printing industry leader Shutterfly Inc. released its first quarter earnings, which revealed once again the on-going struggles of making a year-round business out the typically seasonal photo-printing business. Shutterfly has invested millions in photo-printing plants with national reach, and then watch much of the equipment sit idle until the fourth quarter. The challenges faced by Shutterfly, however, are also mirrored... Read More
Business Forum Imaging Cologne 2017 Events Press releases 

Business Forum Imaging Cologne 2017

March 1 to 2, 2017, photokina will present the Business Forum Imaging Cologne 2017 at the Congress Centre North of Koelnmesse. Under the theme “Moving beyond the limits”, the conference focuses on the opportunities that are created by the new enthusiasm of consumers about photography as well as by innovative products and technologies. Top-caliber speakers from all parts of the... Read More
Marathon bid for Shutterfly signals end of an era News Opinion 

Marathon bid for Shutterfly signals end of an era

Over the last year, Shutterfly management has faced activist shareholders who are pressing for greater stock performance from the leading online photo-product company. Shareholders are understandably concerned about lower net income returns, low stock performance and increased expenditures. Last fall, Silver Lake Partners said it was planning to spend $2 billion to take private the Redwood City photo giant. Shutterfly management even... Read More
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