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  • Meanwhile, Bubble Wrap maker Sealed Air, which is based in Elmwood Park, N.J., is readying $1.5 billion in senior unsecured notes.

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  • Its product brands include Bubble Wrap and Instapak.

  • In addition, Bubble Wrap┬« cushioning has been used as a medium for creating works of art, as a fashion statement and as a central prop piece to movies and commercials.

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  • Two apparently disparate forces conspired to shape Bubble Wrap's growth: The advent of the transistor - and later the personal computer with all its accessories - which made the shipping of delicate electronic components a multibillion-dollar industry; and the Internet, which provided a forum for fanatics to swap stories and cement Bubble Wrap as a cultural icon.

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  • Two apparently disparate forces conspired to shape Bubble Wrap's growth: The advent of the transistor and, later, the personal computer with all its accessories, which made the shipping of delicate electronic components a multibillion-dollar industry; and the Internet, which provided a forum for fanatics to swap stories and cement Bubble Wrap as a cultural icon.

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  • In 2009, Bubble Wrap got its own Facebook page and now has more than 2 million fans.

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  • Peugeot Citroen reports H1 net loss of euro962 million, but shares rise on strong cash flow Qwest Communications 2nd-quarter earnings rise 18 percent, helped by tax effect Bubble Wrap maker Sealed Air's 2nd-qtr profit down slightly despite big drop in revenue

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