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Elise Hacking Carr is editor-in-chief/content director for Print+Promo magazine.

Dayton-based Standard Register will cease operations and eliminate 75 jobs at the printing plant and warehouse in Salisbury, Md. by mid-summer of 2014. Officials say demand for traditional printed forms and documents, such as those produced at Salisbury, has declined significantly.

Odenton, Maryland-based Gasch Printing, a family-owned and operated, digital printer specializing in short-run book printing, was recently ranked for the third straight year among America's Fastest Growing Private Companies in 2012.

Allegra Network LLC, the marketing, print and graphic communications franchisor of Allegra, American Speedy Printing, Insty-Prints and Signs Now brands, has announced the appointments of Bob Milroy as president of the company’s Print/Marketing Division and Ray Palmer as president of the Sign Division.

"The Greatest City in America." Baltimore's motto may be a little flawed (how else would you expect a Philadelphia native to respond?), but it's a town with charm that still has much to offer.

Most people would say that knowing how to hire well is a gut thing, a skill that just comes from experience and intuition. But is that true? And if so, how do you get better at something that is mostly instinct?

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