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Showing 5 articles from January 6, 2017.

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The Complexity of Workplace Conflict
The Complexity of Workplace Conflict

Early in my career I was told by an Engineer that the only real problems we would face in our careers were people problems. He went on to explain that solutions could be found for all other problems, but not always for those originating from personnel. As time progressed, I began to appreciate his wisdom more and more...

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Glatfelter Names Tim Hess to Lead Specialty Papers Business Unit
Glatfelter Names Tim Hess to Lead Specialty Papers Business Unit

Glatfelter announced the promotion of Timothy R. Hess to Senior Vice President and Business Unit President, Specialty Papers.

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Trump adviser wants mega-mergers, like DuPont Dow, blocked
Trump adviser wants mega-mergers, like DuPont Dow, blocked

Bruce Rastetter, an Iowa entrepreneur and ag adviser to Donald Trump, wants the president-elect to block pending mega-mergers like the $130 billion marriage between DuPont and Dow Chemical Co.

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Leading Stories

Paper Science and Engineering Foundation at Miami University names new assistant director
Paper Science and Engineering Foundation at Miami University names new assistant director

The Board of Trustees of the Paper Science and Engineering Foundation at Miami University announced that Katie Pirigyi has been named as new Assistant Director, effective on January 1, 2017.

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Report: Paper industry still vital part of Maine's economy
Report: Paper industry still vital part of Maine's economy

The death of Maine's pulp and paper industry is highly exaggerated. That's the conclusion of a new preliminary report by Mindy Crandall, an assistant professor of Forest Management and Economics at the University of Maine.

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