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RR Donnelley Could Print Even More Gains

RR Donnelley & Sons (NASDAQ:RRD) is up an outrageous 108% year-to-date. Not bad for a company whose industry was supposed to die with the computer - anyone remember the paperless office? - or at least with online shopping. Fortunately for shareholders, RR Donnelley is still doing a few things right. RR Donnelley got its start as a printing company 145 years ago and has expanded and evolved over time. The company now bills itself as a "global provider of integrated communication... the company employs a suite of leading Internet based capabilities and other resources to provide premedia, printing, logistics and business process outsourcing services to clients in virtually every private and public sector." What this means in practice...

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