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- International Paper (IP) to Post Q4 Earnings: What's in Store?
International Paper's (IP) Q4 results are likely to reflect solid demand for packaging
and pulp products. High costs and the impact of the unplanned outage at the Prattville mill might have dented some of these gains.
Zacks. Monday, 24 Jan 2022.
- What's in the Cards for Packaging Corp's (PKG) Q4 Earnings?
Corp's (PKG) Q4 performance is likely to reflect benefits from solid packaging
demand for essential products and strong containerboard and corrugated products demand.
Zacks. Friday, 21 Jan 2022.
- American Semiconductor Is Taking A Step Towards U.S. Domestic Chip Packaging
While we focus on domestic production of silicon chips, don't overlook chip packaging
. Making chips here and sending them to Asia for packaging
won't make supply chains that much more resilient. Here's a company with a fresh approach.
Forbes. Sunday, 9 Jan 2022.
- French ban on plastic packaging for fruit and vegetables begins
Officials hope the law will prevent a billion items of single use plastics every year.
BBC News. Friday, 31 Dec 2021.
- How invisible barcodes could increase plastic recycling
A pan-industry scheme is testing invisible barcodes on plastic packaging
to boost recycling rates.
BBC News. Wednesday, 29 Dec 2021.
- Plant-based packaging-maker Footprint going public via $1.6 billion SPAC
Arizona-based Footprint is going public via a merger with Gores Holdings VIII in a deal that values the materials science technology company at $1.6 billion.
CNBC. Wednesday, 15 Dec 2021.
- Amazon plastic packaging use soared 29% during pandemic, Oceana estimates
Amazon's plastic waste soared by 29% during the pandemic, according to analysis by conservation group Oceana.
Sky News. Tuesday, 14 Dec 2021.
- M&S condemned for sending items in 'mountain' of plastic as it vows to be UK's greenest shop
Marks & Spencer is facing a backlash from customers for its excessive use of plastic packaging
(pictured) - despite promising to become the greenest retailer in Britain.
Daily Mail. Saturday, 4 Dec 2021.
- 10 Steps to Future Proofing Your Personal Brand for 2022
Get a head start to positioning, packaging
and promoting your personal brand in a growing online world.
Entrepreneur. Saturday, 20 Nov 2021.
- Governor Ron De Santis' golf ball merch is branded with 'Florida's Governor has a pair'
Republican Governor Ron DeSantis has new merch for sale packaged with a bold line that's getting attention, as his golf ball packaging
reads 'Florida's governor has a pair.'
Daily Mail. Friday, 19 Nov 2021.
- 57 million pounds of pandemic-related plastics polluting the ocean
Researchers said plastic waste generated from hospitals, PPE and packaging
material only added to an "already out-of-control problem."
CBS News. Friday, 12 Nov 2021.
- Practitioners, Not Teachers, Will Dominate Online Learning
In online learning, the biggest difference between self-proclaimed experts and real experts is that real experts are too busy with their day jobs to think about packaging
and selling courses.
Forbes. Friday, 12 Nov 2021.
- Officials want tighter laws to use Hawaii names on coffee
HILO, Hawaii (AP) – A Big Island County Council resolution is asking state lawmakers to restrict the use of Hawaii location names on coffee packaging
Washington Times. Monday, 8 Nov 2021.
- Super Mario Bros. 2 video game sells for $88K at auction
The Nintendo game had been found still sealed in its original packaging
inside of a walk-in closet earlier this year.
Fox News. Monday, 25 Oct 2021.
- Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Onions Sickens More Than 650
The C.D.C. urged consumers to throw away any whole red, white or yellow onions they purchased that do not have a sticker or packaging
New York Times. Thursday, 21 Oct 2021.
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