About Deluxe Company
Deluxe Corp. engages in the provision of marketing products and services. It operates through the following segments: Payments, Cloud Solutions, Promotional Solutions, and Checks. The Payments segment includes treasury management solutions, including remittance and lockbox processing, remote deposit capture, receivables management, payment processing and paperless treasury management. The Cloud Solutions segment is composed of web hosting and design services, data-driven marketing solutions and hosted solutions, including digital engagement, logo design, financial institution profitability reporting and business incorporation services. The Promotional Solutions segment offers business forms, accessories, advertising specialties, promotional apparel, retail packaging and strategic sourcing services. The Checks segment consists of printed personal and business checks. The company was founded by W. R. Hotchkiss in 1915 and is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN.
First-day trading of Tata Technologies shares will boost the hot Indian IPO market
India's busy IPO market will be boosted by the listing of Tata Technologies Ltd. in Mumbai on Thursday, becoming the first company under the conglomerate Tata to go public since 2004. Tata Technologies raised 3.4 billion rupees (US$365 million) through an IPO, and the issue price is 500 rupees, which is at the upper end of the issuance price guidance range. With the influx of investors, demand is about 69 times higher than the volume of shares issued. Tata Technologies is the parent company of luxury car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover
Deluxe to Webcast Upcoming Investor Day Activities
Deluxe (NYSE:DLX), a Trusted Payments and Data company, will be hosting an Investor Day presentation at the Lotte New York Palace hotel located at 455 Madison Avenue on Tuesday, December 5 beginning at 8:00am
EXCLUSIVE | Great Wall Motor's Full Expansion into Europe: Has the R&D Center Site Selection Begun to Target BBA Luxury Brands?
Sina Technology News On the morning of November 27, Sina Technology learned from people familiar with the matter that Great Wall Motor is planning to fully enter the European market. After the German and British markets, Great Wall Motor plans to further expand into eight new European markets. Currently, Chinese car companies are in full swing going overseas, but expanding into the European market is relatively complicated. The first is policy factors. In September of this year, the European Commission announced the official launch of a countervailing investigation against electric vehicles imported from China; second, the European market is the base for luxury brands such as BBA. Users demand high high-end experience, and market competition is intense, so it is not easy to gain a foothold. Opposition against the European Union