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Celebrating all things paper: The wonder and the legacy, continued
Celebrating all things paper: The wonder and the legacy, continued

Ladies and gentlemen, the first class of inductees to the Paper Industry International Hall of Fame in Appleton, Wisconsin was inducted more than two decades ago in 1995, and today, more than 130 papermaking innovators and legends have been enshrined. This month, we profile the late Marja-Sisko Ilvessalo-Pfaffli, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2014.

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PM40

The PM40 closed Friday, 12 April 2019, at 3670.

Get the latest PM40 updates by listening to the weekly Nips show and the PM40 Daily Show on Pulp & Paper Radio International.

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RearView

The PM40 closed 12 April 2019 down 10.5% from the 13 April 2018 level.

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Disconnected Comparisons

In this issue of Disconnected Comparisons, we evaluate Sappi and Mercer International.

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Insider Trading

Reported insider trading since the last issue of PaperMoney.

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The message you are sending with your access systems
The message you are sending with your access systems

Well over twenty years ago, companies started installing voice-controlled access to their telephone systems and figuratively throwing the telephone operators out the windows. This was supposed to be a smart way to do business. It was one of the first noticeable ways automation took over in our everyday lives.

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PM40

The PM40 closed Friday, 29 March 2019, at 3555.

Get the latest PM40 updates by listening to the weekly Nips show and the PM40 Daily Show on Pulp & Paper Radio International.

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RearView

The PM40 closed 29 March 2019 down 11.3% from the 30 March 2018 level.

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Disconnected Comparisons

In this issue of Disconnected Comparisons, we evaluate Sonoco and Louisiana Pacific.

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Insider Trading

Reported insider trading since the last issue of PaperMoney.

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If you are in greater Atlanta, join Jim Thompson for lunch

We trialed this idea in the second half of last year--call on those in the pulp and paper industry (this includes manufacturers and suppliers)--to join me for an informal lunch once a quarter or so. It seems to be taking off.

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