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1. FedEx, International Paper Join Buyback Trend -

Recent stock repurchases by major U.S. corporations since the recession are a financial fact of life and the city’s best known publicly-held companies are no exception to the practice that can have multiple motives as well as multiple effects.

2. International Paper Fourth-Quarter Earnings Nearly Double -

Memphis-based International Paper posted lower-than-expected profits in fourth quarter 2013, in part from a write-down on the value of its xpedx distribution business.

But even with the $400 million write-down as xpedx merges with Unisource Worldwide Inc. this year and is spun off as a publicly traded company, IP’s earnings almost doubled.

3. Business Lessons -

John Faraci answered without hesitation when asked this week about his biggest mistake as a corporate leader.

It was the $100 million plant he green-lighted for construction by International Paper Co., the Memphis-based company of which he is now CEO.

4. International Paper Keeps Eye on Rainy Summer -

The president and CEO of Memphis-based International Paper Co. has been watching the weather a lot lately.

5. International Paper Finalizes Temple-Inland Sale -

Memphis-based International Paper Co. announced Friday, July 19, it has finalized the sale of the building products division of Temple-Inland to Georgia-Pacific Building Products LLC for $710 million in cash.

6. International Paper Subsidiary Fined $3.3 Million -

A federal judge has ordered Temple Inland, a subsidiary of Memphis-based International Paper, to pay $3.3 million and serve two years of probation for polluting the Pearl River in 2011 with illegal discharges from its Bogalusa paper mill that killed thousands of fish.

7. International Paper Subsidiary Fined $3.3 Million for Spill -

A federal judge has ordered Temple Inland, a subsidiary of Memphis-based International Paper, to pay $3.3 million and serve two years of probation for polluting the Pearl River in 2011 with illegal discharges from its Bogalusa paper mill that killed thousands of fish.

8. International Paper’s Net Earnings Up -

Memphis-based International Paper Co. reported net earnings Thursday, May 2, of $318 million for the first quarter of 2013, a $130 million increase from a year ago.

Quarterly net sales for International Paper of $7.1 billion were up $400 million from a year ago but the same as for the fourth quarter of 2012.

9. International Paper Talking Xpedx Merger -

Memphis-based International Paper Co. acknowledged Monday that it is in talks with Unisource about a possible merger of Unisource and IP’s xpedx printing distribution business.

10. IP Beats Estimates, Sees Sales Rise Despite Earnings Dip -

International Paper Co. reported net earnings of $794 million in 2012, down from $1.3 billion in 2011.

11. Federal Charges Filed in Temple-Inland Paper Mill Spill -

The Justice Department has filed two criminal misdemeanor charges against a Bogalusa, La., paper mill, saying it violated federal environmental laws.

The charges stem from a five-day spill of pulp byproducts into the Pearl River in August 2011.

12. International Paper to Remain in Memphis -

It looks like International Paper won’t have a political fight on its hands after all.

The company has decided on trying to complete a deal with local economic development that would include incentives to help IP keep and expand its headquarters presence here.

13. International Paper to Remain in Memphis -

It looks like International Paper won’t have a political fight on its hands after all. The company has decided on trying to complete a deal with local economic development that would include incentives to help IP keep and expand its headquarters presence here. Those incentives would include multiple 15-year tax freezes on new and existing buildings, a more palatable proposition than a 30-year tax freeze that it looked at one point like the company was interested in, according to sources.

14. International Paper Sells Temple Building Products Division -

International Paper Co. executives are selling the building products division of Temple-Inland Inc. for $750 million in cash to Georgia-Pacific LLC.

15. Ritz Requests Data on International Paper Expansion -

Shelby County Commission Chairman Mike Ritz wants a comparison of the tax impact of Memphis-based International Paper Co. building a new 250,000-square-foot building in Memphis versus the same size building being located in DeSoto County.

16. International Paper Confirms Site Search For Headquarters Expansion -

Memphis-based International Paper Co. is looking to expand its headquarters but isn’t saying much about the process beyond that.

17. International Paper Confirms Site Search Under Way -

Memphis-based International Paper Co. is looking to expand its headquarters but isn’t saying much about the process beyond that.

18. IP Looks to Future Following Temple-Inland Acquisition -

When International Paper Co. moved its headquarters to Memphis in 1987 it was an economic development milestone for Shelby County.

19. IP Profit Down $85M in Second Quarter -

Memphis-based International Paper Co.’s profits dropped 39 percent in the second quarter of 2012 with revenue growth lower than analysts had expected.

20. IP Profit Down $85 Million in Q2 -

Memphis-based International Paper Co.’s profits dropped 39 percent in the second quarter of 2012 with revenue growth lower than analysts had expected.

21. International Paper Selling 3 Mills for $470 Million -

International Paper Co. said Friday that it is selling three mills for about $470 million, a sale required by the U.S. Department of Justice after International Paper’s acquisition of a rival.

22. Int'l Paper Selling 3 Mills for $470 Million -

MEMPHIS (AP) – International Paper Co. said Friday that it is selling three mills for about $470 million, a sale required by the U.S. Department of Justice after International Paper's acquisition of a rival.

23. Xpedx, Distribution at Heart of IP’s Future -

International Paper Co. executives spent more than four hours last week talking with investors and analysts about the Memphis-based company’s near-term potential and future.

24. IP to Close La. Plant, Eliminate 60 Jobs -

MINDEN, La. (AP) – International Paper says it will permanently close its Minden Container Plant by July 17, resulting in the loss of approximately 60 jobs.

Doug Strickel, region general manager, said, following the merger with Temple-Inland, IP has more capacity than customers in the area need.

25. International Paper to Invest $44M at La. Mill -

BOGALUSA, La. (AP) – Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal's office said Friday that International Paper Co. is spending $44 million on new equipment and technology and other upgrades at its Bogalusa mill.

26. IP CEO Talks Global Outlook -

International Paper’s acquisition of Temple-Inland Inc. of Austin, Texas, is going smoother than anticipated, according to IP CEO John Faraci.

27. International Paper Q1 Profits Drop 47 Pct. -

Memphis-based International Paper Co. saw its first-quarter profits drop 47 percent from the first quarter of 2011.

28. International Paper Q1 Profit Tumbles on Charges -

International Paper Co. said Friday that its first-quarter profit tumbled 47 percent, pulled down by hefty charges, along with higher costs and operational issues at biggest business. Its adjusted earnings beat Wall Street expectations.

29. International Paper to close SW Ark. Plant -

A half-dozen jobs will be eliminated when International Paper Co. closes one of its three operations in Fort Smith, Ark.

30. Performance Of Memphis Public Cos. Varies Widely -

Memphis is home to several publicly traded companies that have made an indelible mark on industries ranging from transportation to finance and manufacturing.

Here’s a snapshot of how those companies are faring at the moment. (For a detailed look at AutoZone, see related story, "The Fast Lane.")

31. International Paper Buys La. Temple-Inland Mill -

International Paper Co. is now officially the fifth owner of a paper mill opened in Bogalusa in 1906, according to the Bogalusa, La., Daily News.

32. International Paper Buys Mill From Temple-Inland -

BOGALUSA, La. (AP) – International Paper Co. is now officially the fifth owner of a paper mill opened in Bogalusa in 1906.

33. Int’l Paper Completes Temple-Inland Buyout -

International Paper Co. has completed the acquisition of Temple-Inland Inc., Memphis-based IP announced Monday, Feb. 13.

34. IP Completes Acquisition of Temple-Inland -

International Paper Co. has completed the acquisition of Temple-Inland Inc., the Memphis-headquartered company announced Monday, Feb. 13.

35. IP-Temple Merger Gets DOJ Approval -

The antitrust division of the U.S. Department of Justice has reached an agreement on the merger of International Paper Co. and Temple-Inland Inc. in a federal court consent decree that involves the sale of three paper mills.

36. IP-Temple Merger Gets DOJ Approval -

The anti-trust division of the U.S. Department of Justice has reached an agreement on the merger of International Paper Co. and Temple-Inland Inc. in a federal court consent decree that involves the sale of three paper mills.

37. 2011 Big Year for International Paper -

Memphis-based International Paper Co. on Thursday reported its best year in nearly 20 years with net earnings of $1.3 billion compared to $644 million in 2010.

38. IP, Temple-Inland Extend Justice Dept. Review Period -

Executives with Memphis-based International Paper Co. and Austin, Texas-based Temple-Inland Inc. have extended the U.S. Justice Department review period of IP’s acquisition of Temple.

39. Review of International Paper Acquisition Extended -

MEMPHIS (AP) – International Paper Co. said Monday, Dec. 19, that it reached a deal with the U.S. Department of Justice to extend the regulatory review period for its pending $3.7 billion acquisition of smaller rival Temple-Inland Inc. until Jan. 27.

40. Review of International Paper Acquisition Extended -

MEMPHIS (AP) – International Paper Co. said Monday, Dec. 19, that it reached a deal with the U.S. Department of Justice to extend the regulatory review period for its pending $3.7 billion acquisition of smaller rival Temple-Inland Inc. until Jan. 27.

41. Temple-Inland Could Face Criminal Charges for Fish Kill -

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) – Temple-Inland Inc., which Memphis-based International Paper Co. in buying for $3.7 billion, faces a federal criminal investigation over an August spill that killed thousands of fish in the Pearl River south of its Bogalusa, La., paper mill.

42. Temple-Inland Shareholders Approve IP Merger -

Shareholders of Temple-Inland Inc. have approved the paper company’s merger with Memphis-based International Paper Co.

43. Temple-Inland Shareholders Approve IP Merger -

Shareholders of Temple-Inland Inc. have approved the paper company’s merger with Memphis-based International Paper Co.

44. International Paper Prices $1.5B Debt Offering -

MEMPHIS (AP) – International Paper Co. said Tuesday it priced a sale of $1.5 billion in debt to help pay for its acquisition of competitor Temple-Inland Inc.

45. International Paper Reports Strong Q3 -

Memphis-based International Paper Co. reported net earnings of $518 million, or $1.19 per share for the third quarter of 2011.

46. Temple-Inland Q3 Profit Falls on Charges -

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) – Temple-Inland Inc., the box and building material producer that Memphis-based International Paper agreed in September to acquire, said Wednesday its third-quarter profit tumbled to a fraction of what it was a year ago, weighed down by hefty one-time charges.

47. IP, Temple-Inland Reach Merger Deal -

Memphis-based International Paper Co. will buy Temple-Inland Inc. of Austin, Texas, in a $4.3 billion deal announced Tuesday, Sept. 6, that increases IP’s dominance in industrial packaging.

48. International Paper Buys Temple-Inland -

International Paper, headquartered in Memphis, will buy Temple-Inland Inc. of Austin, Texas in a $4.3 billion deal announced Tuesday, Sept. 6.

49. Temple-Inland Reopens Bogalusa Paper Mill -

Austin, Texas-based Temple Inland Inc. is preparing to restart its paper mill in Bogalusa, La., the company said in a Monday, Aug. 29, filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

50. IP Stays Fixed on Temple-Inland Pursuit -

The chief financial officer of Memphis-based International Paper Co. said this week the company is still interested in buying competitor Temple-Inland of Austin, Texas.

51. IP Extends Temple-Inland Tender Offer to Sept. 8 -

Memphis-based International Paper Co. has extended by another month its tender offer to Temple-Inland Inc. shareholders.

52. IP Extends Temple-Inland Tender Offer -

Memphis-based International Paper Co. has extended by another month its tender offer to Temple-Inland Inc. shareholders.

53. Temple-Inland Could Spend $20M To Fight IP Takeover -

Temple-Inland, the Austin, Texas-based rival of Memphis-based International Paper, announced Monday, Aug. 8, it has spent $2 million so far to fight IP’s bid to takeover the company – and could spend much more in the next year.

54. Faraci: IP Takeover Attempt ‘Not Hostile’ -

The same day Memphis-based International Paper Co. executives talked to analysts about their attempt to acquire Temple-Inland Inc., IP chairman and CEO John Faraci talked with management and employees about the takeover as well.

55. IP Fares Well in ‘Sideways’ Quarter -

International Paper Co. reported 8 percent revenue growth in the second quarter. The Memphis-based paper company also reported net earnings of $224 million for the quarter ending June 30 compared to $93 million for the same three months of 2010.

56. IP Fares Well in ‘Sideways’ Quarter -

International Paper Co. reported 8 percent revenue growth in the second quarter of the year.

The Memphis-based paper company also reported net earnings of $224 million for the quarter ending June 30 compared to $93 million for the same three months of 2010.

57. Temple-Inland Rejects IP Bid -

The attempt by Memphis-based International Paper Co. to takeover Temple-Inland Inc. was rebuffed Monday, July 18, by the board of the Austin, Texas-based company.

58. Temple-Inland Again Rejects IP Offer -

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Temple-Inland says its board has again rejected an unsolicited takeover bid by larger rival Memphis-bsed International Paper, saying it "grossly undervalues" the company.

International Paper Co. initially offered to buy Temple-Inland Inc. in June for about $3.3 billion, or $30.60 per share. That bid was immediately rejected by Austin, Texas-based Temple. International Paper, which is based in Memphis, Tenn., launched its tender offer last week.

59. Temple-Inland to Review IP Offer -

The board of Austin, Texas-based packaging and building materials firm Temple-Inland Inc. will begin a formal review of the hostile takeover bid from Memphis-based rival International Paper Co. that was made public earlier this week.

60. International Paper Formalizes Hostile Takeover Bid for Rival -

Memphis-based International Paper Co. is pressing forward with a hostile bid for its Austin, Texas-based packaging and building materials rival Temple-Inland Inc.

61. Temple-Inland Rejects IP Bid -

The board of Austin, Texas-based packaging and building materials maker Temple-Inland Inc. has adopted a shareholder rights plan, or “poison pill,” in response to a hostile takeover bid from Memphis-based rival International Paper Co.

62. Temple-Inland Rejects IP Bid -

The board of Austin, Texas-based packaging and building materials maker Temple-Inland Inc. has adopted a shareholder rights plan, or “poison pill,” in response to a hostile takeover bid from Memphis-based rival International Paper Co.

63. IP Takeover of Temple-Inland Rejected -

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Packaging and building materials maker Temple-Inland is rejecting a $3.3 billion unsolicited takeover bid from larger rival International Paper Co., saying the offer is too low and would face heavy regulatory scrutiny.

64. Sector Snap: Paper and Forest Products Companies -

NEW YORK (AP) - Shares of paper and forest product companies fell Monday after an analyst said he expected weakening demand, lower prices and diminished earnings in the sector.

Goldman Sachs analyst Richard Skidmore said in a client note that there "is increasing concern about ability to hold prices in (the first half of next year) given the pace of demand declines."

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