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AlphaGraphics opens up nine locations in Q2, Q3 News 

AlphaGraphics opens up nine locations in Q2, Q3

AlphaGraphics Inc., announced today the awarding of nine brand new centers over the past six months. The company has locations either open or under construction in Atlanta, Georgia; Birmingham, Alabama: Dunwoody, Georgia; Odessa, Texas;  Overland Park, Kansas; Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Providence, Rhode Island; Shirley, Massachusetts; and White Plains, New York. The company has 285 locations in five countries. “Our growth... Read More
Olloclip introduces mobile lens systems for iPhone 11, Samsung S10 and S10e News 

Olloclip introduces mobile lens systems for iPhone 11, Samsung S10 and S10e

Olloclip® introduced one-piece clips and protective cases for the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, along with the Samsung S10 and Samsung S10e. In addition to new clips and cases, Olloclip is re-introducing its Macro 10X Essential ($34.99), launching a new Pocket Telephoto 2X Essential ($64.99) and offering an updated Stability Kit ($65.99) that includes Olloclip’s BSR Bluetooth Shutter Release along with a... Read More
Image Protect expands partnership with KodakOne News 

Image Protect expands partnership with KodakOne

Image Protect Inc. announced an expansion of its partnership with RYDE Holding, the creator and operator of the KODAKOne Image Rights Management Platform, to include digital image rights infringement cases inside of the United States domestic market. The partnership had previously been structured for non-US international case settlement only. “This is a large expansion in the scope of our initial... Read More
Updated: B&H Photo responds to New York State Attorney General allegations News 

Updated: B&H Photo responds to New York State Attorney General allegations

Updated information below this section: In response to last week’s report of the New York Attorney General Letitia James investigating B&H Photo for allegedly failing to pay taxes on rebates, the Manhattan-based retail giant shared the following statement with The Dead Pixels Society: “The Attorney General is flat wrong – and is trying to create a tax on discounts in... Read More
Kodak Alaris is still shopping film, paper and chemicals business Earnings reports News 

Kodak Alaris is still shopping film, paper and chemicals business

Kodak Alaris revealed, in its latest annual report, the company is still seeking a buyer for its Paper, Photochemicals and Film (PPF) business after a potential buyer dropped out. Kodak Alaris, the spinoff from Eastman Kodak Co., has been seeking a buyer for some of its businesses to shore up its underperforming results. Additionally, the report stated company management is... Read More
Xerox fires back to HP after rebuff of takeover offer Acquisitions News Opinion 

Xerox fires back to HP after rebuff of takeover offer

In what portends to the beginning of a contentious courtship, Xerox Holdings Corp. management responded harshly to the rejection of its proposal to acquire rival HP Inc. Xerox vice chairman and CEO John Visentin advised HP board members Enrique Lores and Chip Bergh, if a “friendly” merger agreement could not be reached quickly, Xerox would take it’s case directly to... Read More
GFcrew announces workshop with leading sports photographers Events News 

GFcrew announces workshop with leading sports photographers

GFcrew announced an exclusive limited-attendance workshop, March 12-15, 2020, in Myrtle Beach, S.C., featuring Peter Read Miller and Zamani Feelings. This hands-on and classroom-style experience is limited to 25 attendees. GFcrew has secured on-field credentials at The Ripken Experience to photograph college baseball and a track-and-field meet hosted by Coastal Carolina University. “In addition to shooting side by side with... Read More
Olympus CEO concedes camera division may be up for sale, via Bloomberg News 

Olympus CEO concedes camera division may be up for sale, via Bloomberg

Rumors on various gearhound websites have speculated Olympus Corp. may shut down its camera division within eight months; it’s not normally the policy of the Dead Pixels Society to report possibly damaging rumors, especially an unsourced one. In this case, however, Bloomberg news reports Olympus CEO Yasuo Takeuchi said the company is preparing for job cuts “in due course” to “improve... Read More
MailPix announces photo drinkware line News 

MailPix announces photo drinkware line

MailPix, the photo-printing, canvas and gifting site, is ready for customers to toast the holidays with a selection of personalized photo drinkware. Customers can choose clear or white shot glasses featuring photos and text. “Mailpix custom shot glasses can be used for so many occasions, like save-the-date announcements, holiday parties, office gatherings and so much more,” says Fred H. Lerner,... Read More
MILK Books adds project extension for Apple Photos App News Updates 

MILK Books adds project extension for Apple Photos App

New Zealand-based MILK Books announced a project extension for Apple Photos on macOS. As of Nov. 15, 2019, Mac users could download the MILK Books project extension for Photos through the Mac App Store and will be able to create handcrafted MILK photo books and album within the Photos app on their Mac, with prices starting at US $31. The... Read More
Association for PRINT Technologies launches NAM health care News 

Association for PRINT Technologies launches NAM health care

The Association for PRINT Technologies (APTech) is offering an association health plan to its members, extending affordable health care to small- and medium-sized manufacturing companies in approved states. In states where the association health plan is not available, the APTech will connect manufacturers with available small-group options in their respective states. “Given the large number of members that are small... Read More
HP board unanimously rejects Xerox takeover proposal Acquisitions News 

HP board unanimously rejects Xerox takeover proposal

The board of HP Inc. today announced it has unanimously rejected the unsolicited proposal from Xerox Holdings Corporation to acquire the company. Following is the full text of the letter that was sent on November 17, 2019 to John Visentin, Xerox Vice Chairman and CEO: Dear John, Our Board of Directors has reviewed and considered your unsolicited proposal dated November... Read More
More than 165 million people expected to shop over five-day Thanksgiving weekend   News 

More than 165 million people expected to shop over five-day Thanksgiving weekend  

WASHINGTON, November 15, 2019 – Retailers are preparing for one of the busiest shopping weekends of the year with an estimated 165.3 million people likely to shop Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday, according to the annual survey released today by the National Retail Federation and Prosper Insights & Analytics. “The tradition of Thanksgiving weekend holiday shopping has become a five-day... Read More
Adorama acquires Scuba.com retail site News 

Adorama acquires Scuba.com retail site

Adorama Inc. announced the acquisition of Scuba.com, joining its existing watersports equipment site, Leisure Pro, which the company claims is “the number one store for scuba diving and snorkeling equipment.” The acquisition closed Oct. 25, 2019. Financial terms were not disclosed. “Scuba.com has been one of the largest sellers of scuba equipment since its inception in 1996,” said Michael Amkreutz, CEO... Read More
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