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C. Barnes & Co. Releases New Report on R.R. Donnelley and Moore Wallace Merger

Friday, November 14, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

ALEXANDRIA, VA - November 14, 2003 - With the recent industry-shaking news of the merger of R.R. Donnelley and Moore Wallace, C. Barnes & Co. is proud to announce the availability of a Special Report detailing the two companies, their 130 plants and subsidiaries, separate and composite corporate financial statements and ratios. The report also includes rough estimates of the effects of possible plant and employment rationalization. This Special Report profiling the merger between R.R. Donnelley and Moore Wallace, based on data from the "2003 Printing & Graphic Arts Directory" from C. Barnes & Co., projects how the merger will impact the $8 billion company and its 50,000 employees. The 28-page Special Report is available in PDF format and can be downloaded upon purchase at www.drjoewebb.com for $149. A special offer is available for those purchasing the report in electronic format. This special report worth $149.00 is free with the purchase of the "2003 Printing & Graphic Arts Directory" and database which sells for $695.00. For more information on these publications and sample pages, please visit the E-Store at www.drjoewebb.com. About C. Barnes & Co. C. Barnes & Co. is a market research firm based in Alexandria, Virginia that specializes in the printing & graphic arts industry. Founded in 1998, the company publishes annual directories, reports and custom research studies. Craig Barnes, founder, has worked as a researcher for PIA, GAMIS and TrendWatch Graphic Arts. About DrJoeWebb.com DrJoeWebb.com is the home website for industry commentator and analyst Dr. Joseph Webb. “Dr. Joe” was the founder of the TrendWatch surveys, an industry consultant for 16 years, and has been in the graphic arts industry for more than 25 years. His website contains numerous resources about the printing industry as well as his e-store where he sells information resources such as the C. Barnes & Co. directories and data bases. Dr. Webb’s “Fridays with Dr. Joe” appears weekly at www.WhatTheyThink.com , where he discusses industry, management, marketing, and economic trends.

 

 

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