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  • n. Alternative form of cardboard box.


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  • Mr. Dillon says growing consumerism should provide a prolonged tail wind for Buckeye and cardboard-box makers International Paper Co., Rock-Tenn Co. and Temple-Inland Inc. He believes these U.S. companies' abundant supply of pulp from soft-wood trees will eventually prove to be an advantage over foreign-based competitors that primarily produce container board for new boxes from recycled cardboard.

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  • The cardboard-box maker declared a dividend distribution of a preferred- share purchase right for each common share.

    Temple-Inland Adopts Poison Pill After IP Bid

  • International Paper disclosed the bid publicly late Monday after being rejected by the rival cardboard-box producer in private discussions.

    Bernanke's Talk Kills Stock Rally

  • International Paper Co. is offering to acquire Temple-Inland Inc. for about $3.38 billion in cash, disclosing the bid publicly Monday after being rejected by the rival cardboard-box maker in private discussions.

    Temple-Inland Rejects IP's $3.38 Billion Bid

  • International Paper's $3.3 billion hostile takeover bid for Temple-Inland Inc. was rejected by the cardboard-box maker's board last week.

    International Paper Profit Soars on Improved Sales

  • In rejecting the $30.60 a share offer for Temple's stock, the Texas company said International Paper's offer is based on the recent sale prices of cardboard-box companies that were underperforming or in a distressed condition.

    Temple-Inland Board Rejects International Paper's Hostile Bid

  • The cardboard-box maker rejected the same offer in June when International Paper proposed the deal on an informal basis.

    Temple-Inland Board Rejects International Paper's Hostile Bid

  • International Paper Co. on Monday intensified its pursuit of rival cardboard-box maker Temple-Inland Inc. by announcing a tender offer to buy Temple shares directly from stockholders.

    Paper Company's Offer Goes Hostile

  • The 12-story industrial building was once used by a cardboard-box manufacturer.

    Dumbo: Not Bad for Being Under an Overpass

  • And it's in the paddock of our wealthy neighbour Mr Warbey, the cardboard-box manufacturer with the tennis court.

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