A Printer Makes Peace With The Digital Age
If there was ever an industry with something to fear from the Internet, it's the 500-plus-year-old printing business. But you won't hear any snide remarks about e-books, dot-coms, or Web faddishness from William L. Davis, chairman and chief executive of R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co., the nation's largest commercial printer. Davis is a book lover, but he has plenty of passion left over for e-mail, the Web, and all the accoutrements of the Digital Revolution. His staff is wired and makes full use of the Internet as a communications and business tool.
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