Charleston-North Charleston, SC

Preservationists Fight 128-Year-Old Charleston Lumberyard's Plan to Develop Property
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Preservationists Fight 128-Year-Old Charleston Lumberyard's Plan to Develop Property

Developers seek to move "historic" building on site as part of $30M plan More

Professional Builders Supply Beefs up in Charlotte
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Professional Builders Supply Beefs up in Charlotte

The ProSales 100 company joins forces with a specialty window and door supplier More

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PSBU: Openings, Closures, and Acquisitions

Stikine River Forest Products will build a new timber mill near Petersburg, Alaska. News from Richards Building Supply, Britton Lumber, Canfor Southern Pine, and more. More

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In Brief: October 2011

This month's notable events. More

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Cedar Creek To Buy Epperson Lumber

Cedar Creek, an Oklahoma City-based wholesale lumber company, has signed a letter of intent to purchase Epperson Lumber within 60 days. More

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Wolf Expands into Carolinas

Wolf, the distributor specializing in kitchen cabinets, has expanded its service into North and South Carolina. More

New Digs
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New Digs

You bought the house, you moved in, but now you wonder what to do next. More

Roster Grows of Former Stock Yards Opening Under New Owners
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Roster Grows of Former Stock Yards Opening Under New Owners

Professional Builders Supply, a six-year-old LBM operation that grew up in Stock... More

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Stock Sheds Assets in Six States

Stock Building Supply has reached agreements to sell inventory and equipment at facilities in six states that it had closed while under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. These operations--in Connecticut, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Indiana, and Wisconsin--speed up a trend that already has seen the revival of Stock facilities in Montana, Illinois and Virginia. And a press report says a one-time Stock yard in Colorado also will get a new owner. More

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With Latest Closings, Stock's New Shape Emerges

Stock Building Supply's announcement that it will close its Arizona yards provides the final piece of the picture showing the six states and 16 markets that Stock said it would depart as part of a massive rightsizing effort. More

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