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The PM40 Daily Show is a wrap-up of how the PM40, the forest industry/pulp and paper stock index, fared. We highlight the top winners, along with the top decliners. This PM40 update has been provided only as a courtesy to our... more

Pat Dixon throws a bunch of acronymns at us related to Industry 4.0 plus from the Nip Impressions archives we talk about "Ignoring Incredulity"

The PM40 Daily Show is a wrap-up of how the PM40, the forest industry/pulp and paper stock index, fared. We highlight the top winners, along with the top decliners. This PM40 update has been provided only as a courtesy to our... more

The PM40 Daily Show is a wrap-up of how the PM40, the forest industry/pulp and paper stock index, fared. We highlight the top winners, along with the top decliners. This PM40 update has been provided only as a courtesy to our... more

The PM40 Daily Show is a wrap-up of how the PM40, the forest industry/pulp and paper stock index, fared. We highlight the top winners, along with the top decliners. This PM40 update has been provided only as a courtesy to our... more

Get caught up on the latest news from around the pulp and paper world in our weekly program, plus we have a great interview with Alfred Becker of SAP. Nips is a weekly show of contemporary information related to the pulp and paper... more

In this episode we look at the column of September 2016: "Bad Projects continue with Bad Science"

Wework is failing

The PM40 Daily Show is a wrap-up of how the PM40, the forest industry/pulp and paper stock index, fared. We highlight the top winners, along with the top decliners. This PM40 update has been provided only as a courtesy to our... more

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