Mark Michelson

Mark Michelson

Mark Michelson is the Editor-in-Chief of Printing ImpressionsServing in this role since 1985, Michelson is an award-winning journalist and member of several industry honor societies. Reader feedback is always encouraged. Email mmichelson@napco.com

Koenig & Bauer Celebrates 200-Year Milestone With New Name, Branding

To celebrate its 200th anniversary, Koenig & Bauer (formerly KBA) hosted a celebration that culminated with a gala reception attended by nearly 700 guests and a special program featuring dignitary presenters such as Horst Köhler, the former president of Germany.

New Overtime Rules Blocked by Judge; How Printers Should Respond

A federal district court in Texas made a ruling last week that will have wide implications for the printing industry and business employers in general. Adriane Harrison, human relations specialist at the Printing Industries of America, shared her insight on what the court decision means for the printing industry.

Analysis: Why RR Donnelley Split Up Into Three Separate Companies

It's official: RR Donnelley (RRD) has split into three separate, publicly held companies. First revealed in August 2015, the breakup of the $11.7 billion conglomerate follows the latest corporate trend of “maximizing shareholder value” by creating more focused companies.

Landa CEO Yishai Amir Details U.S. Product Rollout

Mark Michelson, editor-in-chief of Printing Impressions, spoke with Yishai Amir, CEO of Landa Corp., about the company's plans for the rollout of its Nanographic digital presses in the United States.

packagePRINTING, NAPCO Mourn Loss of Founder Irvin J. Borowsky

“Mr. B”, as he was reverently and affectionately called by many NAPCO employees, made an indelible impression on Printing Impressions' Editor-in-chief Mark Michelson during the years he worked under Mr. Borowsky. This trade magazine, a sister publication of packagePRINTING, served as the cornerstone of the successful publishing company Mr. Borowsky went on to build, known as North American Publishing Co.