International Paper

U.S. Paper Industry Gets an Unexpected Boost
March 11, 2014

For three generations, Mohawk Fine Papers Inc. ran a mill at the juncture of the Mohawk and Hudson rivers, selling paper to IBMIBM +0.13% Exxon Mobil, General Electric and other corporate giants for annual reports.

But as business moved online, company President Thomas D. O'Connor Jr. was left to rescue the firm his grandfather founded 83 years ago in a former Civil War-era ax-handle factory.

Environmental Impact of Paper Goes Way Beyond Cutting Trees
September 20, 2012

Almost any discussion of paper manufacturing's environmental impact focuses on cutting trees and protecting forests. But five news reports in the past week provide a reminder of other environmental issues surrounding paper making:

An Environmental Protection Agency study of a former paper Montana paper mill found “potentially dangerous levels of dioxins, heavy metals and other hazardous chemicals,” according to the Missoulian.

Green Groups Turn the Heat Down on National Geographic But Up on KFC
May 31, 2012

The environmental group that aimed a "Practice What You Print" campaign against National Geographic for not using recycled paper says it is now engaged in "productive discussions" with the magazine.

Frank Locantore, director of the Better Paper Project, revealed the discussions in a comment today on Dead Tree Edition's article, What Exactly Is Environmentally Preferable Paper? Acknowledging that there is more to "green" paper than recycled content, he called for "a broad cross-section of stakeholders" to establish measurements that will lead to making paper more environmentally friendly.

Which of These 4 Print-Related Giants Is Headed for Bankruptcy? Cast Your Vote
January 23, 2012

It was one thing when weak companies like Borders and NewPage went Chapter 11 last year. But now the bankruptcy talk has spread to four print-related companies that once seemed invincible or eternal: the U.S. Postal Service, Barnes & Noble, Quad/Graphics, and Verso Paper.

Are things really so bad for print media that the companies we thought were victors of the competitive wars have now become victims? Dead Tree Edition isn't so sure, so we're turning to our readers to help us understand.

The Winners
September 1, 2010

Gold, silver and bronze winners in seven categories. Check out to view the Gold, Silver, Bronze and Pewter winners in 40 additional categories.

International Paper to Close 3 Mills
October 23, 2009

International Paper has announced its intent to shut down three mills in Franklin, Va., Pineville, La., and Albany Ore., with about 1,600 employees expected to be affected by the closures

International Paper Forms Office of Sustainability
June 1, 2007

Memphis, Tenn.—June 21, 2007— International Paper has announced the creation of an Office of Sustainability to champion companywide conservation and natural-resources stewardship strategies and to support the environmental goals of our customers. According to the company, the office will focus its efforts around wood fiber, conservation, air, water, life-cycle analysis and other natural resources issues as they pertain to the needs of International Paper customers. The team’s work will include raising awareness of key sustainability issues, leading third-party certification and product-labeling efforts, developing innovative partnerships with stakeholders and implementing policies that support the company’s sustainability objectives. Dr. Sharon G. Haines will lead the office.

Google’s Jim Gerber to Keynote Publishing Executive Conference and Expo
March 2, 2007

PHILADELPHIA, PA – Publishing Executive magazine proudly announces Google’s Jim Gerber as keynote speaker for the upcoming 2007 Publishing Executive Conference and Expo, scheduled for March 5-7, 2007, at the New York Marriott Marquis, Times Square. Gerber, director of content partnerships at Google, will present the Keynote Address on Tuesday, March 6, 2007 at 9:15 a.m. The keynote address is open to all registered attendees. “We are thrilled to have Jim give the keynote address at the Publishing Executive Conference and Expo. There are few companies that have as profound an influence on publishing today as Google, so it’s a major boon for our audience of

June 1, 2006

Cosmopolitan Offers Its Advertisers Integrated Options The Hearst Corporation’s Cosmopolitan announced it will partner with fashion Web site to allow advertisers to run ads alongside contextually relevant editorial content on Glam’s network. “We are offering our advertisers one of today’s most powerful integrated print and online campaigns,” says Donna Kalajian Lagani, Cosmopolitan’s senior vice president/publishing director. “This program combines the enormous reach of Cosmopolitan with an unmatched online opportunity. Advertisers need this type of partnership to stay top of mind with a modern audience that uses different types of media to gather information about their brand choices.” “’s innovative campaigns for