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LP Reports Q4 2013 Net Loss, Full-year Profit

LP reported fourth quarter 2013 sales of $480 million, but also posted a quarterly loss of $20.4 million. More

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LP Posts $38.1 Million in Q3 2013 Net Income

LP says net income grew to $38.1 million in the third quarter of 2013, a 22% increase over second quarter 2012 net income. More

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GP Expands EWP Distribution Agreement With U.S. Lumber

U.S. Lumber expanded its distribution agreement with Georgia-Pacific, in which it will distribute the full line of the manufacturer's engineered wood products, to include most of the Southeast. The agreement will take effect on Nov. 1. More

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LP Logs $94 Mln Net Income in 2nd Quarter 2013

Louisiana-Pacific Corporation (LP) posted net income of $94 million for the second quarter of 2013, on total sales of $573 million for the quarter, a 34% increase over year-ago sales of $428 million. More

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LP Sinks Further Into Sea of Red During 4Q

Loss from continuing operations at Louisiana-Pacific Corp. (LP) widened during the fourth quarter to $46.2 million, compared to a $2.4 million loss during the same period a year ago. Net sales at the Nashville, Tenn.-based manufacturer declined 1% to $312.2 million for the quarter ended Dec. 31. More

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OSB, Siding Profits Push LP into the Black

A more than doubling in profit for oriented strand board (OSB) and a tripling of profit for siding enabled Louisiana-Pacific Corp. (LP) to swing to a $23.6 million profit from continuing operations in the second quarter from a $29.2 million loss in the year-earlier period. Sales leaped 67% to $447.1 million. But the Nashville, Tenn.-based firm's earnings announcement also suggested these good times won't continue. More

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ProBuild Expands in Tennessee

ProBuild Holdings announced it has opened a new ProBuild component facility in Franklin, Tenn., and is doubling the size of its facility in the Nashville suburb of Smyrna. More

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Niche Strategies

Just like builders, local, regional, and national pro dealer competitors can coexist and grab a piece of the residential construction pie by tapping the strengths of their distinct business models. More

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