Louisiana-Pacific

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LP Reports $20.1M Loss in 3Q

Cost of sales rises 14.6% Read more

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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. Read 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. Read more

LP Building Products' LP SolidGuard LSL
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LP Building Products' LP SolidGuard LSL

LP Building Products treated laminated strand lumber (LSL) with zinc borate to... Read more

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LP To Buy Canadian OSB Manufacturer Ainsworth Lumber

LP will buy Vancouver-based Ainsworth Lumber Co. for $1.1 billion, the companies announced today. Read 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. Read more

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LP Buys Canfor's Share in OSB Joint-Venture

LP Corp. announced Thursday that it has agreed to buy Canfor's 50% share in the company's Peace Valley OSB joint venture in Fort St. John, British Columbia, for C$75 million, making LP the mill's sole owner. Read more

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LP Corp. Rebounds With 3Q Earnings, Sales Gains

L.P. Building Products recovered from its year-earlier loss of $72.7 million to post a net operating gain of $43.5 million in the third quarter on a 33% jump in sales to $467.8 million for the same period. Read more

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LP Posts 2Q Op. Income and Uses it to Pay Off Debt

Louisana-Pacific Corp. posted a $19 million second-quarter operating income, a swing into the black from a year ago, but decided to use it as an opportunity to pay off debt, thus moving the company's bottom line further into the red with a $37.3 million net loss. Read more

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Vendors' Top Summer Phrase? Let's Make a Deal!

While growing and shutting down is all the rage among dealers, buying and selling companies is this season's major trend among manufacturers. Read more

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