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  • LITTLE ROCK, Ark.— The Chinese company Sun Paper announced plans Tuesday for a $1 billion mill in southern Arkansas, the paper company's first facility in North America. An Arkansas economic development official said earlier this month that Sun Paper was also considering Mississippi for the mill. "It will result in a real boost to the economy of south Arkansas...

  • LONDON, April 26- Encouraging company results and firmer oil prices helped European equities to rebound on Tuesday, with pulp and paper maker UPM and oil major BP climbing higher after their better-than-expected reports. "European equity markets are trading moderately higher on positive corporate earnings surprises from several companies," said Markus...

  • LONDON, April 26- European shares advanced on Tuesday after some encouraging company results, with pulp and paper maker UPM climbing after better-than-expected quarterly profits while BP also rose. The pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 index, which closed 0.6 percent lower in the previous session, was up 0.5 percent in early dealings. Shares in Whitbread, which...

  • Paper consumption is decreasing: CEO

    Diogo da Silveira, CEO of Portucel Soporcel, discusses the paper industry and competition with Chinese paper firms in Asia.

  • People read the front pages of various newspapers hanging at a kiosk in central Athens, Greece, July 7, 2015.

    Greek newspapers like the Empros daily are running out of paper and could be forced to stop sales altogether until the banks open again.

  • An International Paper Co. employee stacks corrugated boxes on the floor of the company's factory in Mt. Carmel, Pennsylvania.

    International Paper on Wednesday reported fourth-quarter earnings of $134 million.

  • Paper company Glatfelter celebrates 150 years

    Glatfelter CEO Dante Parrini provides insight on the company's transition into the single-serve coffee market, and how competitive its business is.

  • How the Swiffer is made

    Glatfelter CEO Dante Parrini helps the "Squawk Box" crew understand how the paper for the Swiffer is made.

  • Excess capacity in China: IP CEO

    It's tough to produce profits in China, says John Faraci, International Paper chairman & CEO, explaining why his company is looking to find growth in Russia.

  • Howard Stern was right: Wet wipes may be the next big thing in male grooming. Dollar Shave Club introduces a toilet paper alternative.

  • A move by China's Ping An Bank to ban its regional branches from approving mortgages may signal that Beijing is set to tighten controls on the property market to calm prices.

  • IP CEO: 'It's All About Cash'

    John Faraci, Chairman & CEO of International Paper, breaks down the paper company's better-than-expected fourth quarter numbers and discusses where he see growth opportunites.

  • Duo Behind Paperless Post

    James Hirschfeld,and Alexa Hirschfeld, Paperless Post, discuss why the e-card powerhouse is going back to paper cards.

  • Star Toilet

    Entrepreneurs Jordan and Bryan Silverman have turned men's penchant for bathroom reading into a unique new business. Do they actually have customers?

  • Whether or not the stock market continues to rally, Jim Cramer recommends investors seek the protection of stocks with serious dividends. After all, if the stock market falls and the economy worsens, dividend-paying stocks will pay investors to wait until things get better. The "Mad Money" host especially likes “accidental high-yielders” — the stocks with small payouts that wouldn’t ordinarily offer high yields. Because of downward pressure in the markets, which has hurt their share prices, thos

    We pulled together a list of Cramer's favorite dividend plays. Read on and pick one or two for your portfolio. They could offer just the kind of defense that you need.

  • The "Mad Money" host shares his earnings expectations for International Paper, Procter & Gamble and V.F. Corp.

  • IP Chairman and CEO John Faraci talks to Cramer about the company’s growth and its pending merger with Temple-Inland.

  • In chaotic and difficult market environments, Jim Cramer recommends investors seek the protection of stocks with serious dividends. After all, dividend-paying stocks pay investors to wait until the market calms and the economy improves.

    We pulled together a list of Jim Cramer's favorite dividend plays. Read on and pick one or two for your portfolio.

  • Despite being rebuffed in its initial efforts, CEO John Faraci said IP will push forward with the deal.

  • Bullish on Stocks

    Making a case for Weyerhaeuser, with David Barse, Third Avenue Management.