R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company today announced that it has made a strategic investment in Peloton Document Solutions, a rich media and interactive communications provider for the financial services industry. Under the terms of the agreement, the companies have established a strategic relationship integrating the sales and development of their joint deal marketing services, enabling clients of RR Donnelley's Venue Deal Solutions to interactively and securely communicate their company's value to investors, lenders, advisors and strategic acquirers. RR Donnelley's Financial Services Group is a leader in creating, managing, printing and distributing critical financial business communications. The comprehensive Venue Deal Solutions platform streamlines and accelerates every step of the deal process, maximizing deal team efficiency. As the anchor product of the platform, the Venue® data room enables clients to securely manage, track and share highly privileged information beyond their firewalls with bidders, counterparties, investors and other controlled audiences.
Glen Taylor is back as CEO of Taylor Corp., the North Mankato, Minn.-based communications services giant, after news broke last week that his niece, Deb Taylor, was stepping down from the role she has held since June 2015. Glen Taylor, a self-made billionaire who also owns the Star Tribune, the Minnesota Timberwolves and Lynx basketball teams, and Iowa-based Rembrandt Foods, said he was assuming leadership responsibilities “with a heavy heart.”
“I am very proud to have had the opportunity to work with [Deb] over these last eight years, and am grateful for her leadership as CEO of the organization,” he told the Star Tribune. “In that time, she has not only led the organization through two significant acquisitions, but provided sound counsel to me on a number of other matters. I wish her only the best in the next chapter of her life.”
With estimated revenue of $3.6 billion, Taylor Corp. is one of the nation’s largest privately held companies, with more than 80 subsidiaries and 12,000 employees across North America, nine other countries and Puerto Rico. During Deb Taylor’s tenure, she helped close two major deals: Taylor Communications (formerly Standard Register Co.) in 2015; and Staples Print Solutions, the custom printing unit of Staples Inc., in 2016.
Taylor Corp. is the parent company of many recognizable names in the print and promo sector, including ADG Promotional Products, a promotional products supplier, ranked No. 7 on Print+Promo’s 2018 Top Suppliers list with $76 million in annual sales; Amsterdam Printing & Litho, a distributor of promotional products; ComplyRight, a provider of compliance products and programs for businesses; Label Works, Powered by Navitor, a custom label printing company; and Navitor, a supplier with expertise in wholesale, personalized printing.
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