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    Strong growth for SP Richards

    SP Richards saw its third quarter sales jump 15% thanks to the impact of its two recent acquisitions and its Office Depot contract win.

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    Office Depot to cut more jobs in Europe

    Office Depot has approved a restructuring plan to centralise and standardise processes across Europe resulting in a loss of around 1,100 employees.

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    Amazon bites...

    In the US, as many as 57% of business products buyers have purchased core office supplies items from Amazon in the past 12 months; in the UK 45% have done so.

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    City of Hope honours Schmidt

    The US business products industry gathered together last night at the historic Navy Pier in Chicago as President of Office Depot's International division, Steve Schmidt, collected the 2014 Spirit of Life award.

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    HP to split in two

    HP CEO Meg Whitman has confirmed the spin-off of the firm's PC and Printer business and the creation of two publicly traded companies.

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    OPI prepares for the Climb of Life

    Fundraising has started at OPI for this year’s Climb of Life (COL) when members of the UK office products industry will once again gather in the Lake District to battle the elements in the name of cancer research.

Large Resellers

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  • EPIC 2014 Mike Maggio, TriMega Purchasing Association

    TriMega President Mike Maggio gives his views on this year’s 2014 EPIC trade show and on some of the key priorities of his dealer group.

  • EPIC 2014: Mike Gentile Interview

    Independent Stationers CEO Mike Gentile gives his thoughts on this year’s EPIC 2014 trade show and the expansion of traditional office products dealers into new categories.

  • World’s first live concert with ’3D-printed band’

    The first live concert with a band consisting only of 3D-printed instruments has taken place at Lund University in Sweden. The band included a drum, keyboard and two guitars, all 3D-printed by Lund University professor Olaf Diegel. The band members were students at Lund University’s Malmö Academy


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