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a town in north central Wisconsin

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Wausau Paper's reported sales in 2014 were to $352 million (SEK 2.
We are pleased to have reached this agreement with Starboard," said Hank Newell, President and Chief Executive Officer of Wausau Paper.
The "Business & Beyond" segment on Wausau Paper is scheduled to air nationally on CNBC and National Geographic and regionally in 50 local markets during the next few months.
Wausau Paper's towel and tissue products division is headquartered in Harrods-burg, Kentucky, USA.
While it will phase out its Internet small-business marketing efforts, Wausau will "continue to aggressively market insurance" to members of certain affinity groups, such as Wisconsin school districts, towns and municipalities, McIntyre said.
Wausau Insurance was represented by Joseph Hilton & Associates.
Under the terms of the agreement, shareholders of Wausau will receive $10.
Wausau Coated offers the Industry's broadest line of stock products optimized and certified for HP Indigo presses.
Jeff Smith, CEO of Starboard, stated, "We are pleased to have worked constructively with management and the Board of Wausau and are confident that the addition of Michael Burandt and Charles Hodges will bring a fresh perspective to the Board and serve the best interests of Wausau and its stockholders.
Finance, at least one analyst has issued a price target for Wausau stock at $12.
Wausau Paper (NYSE:WPP) today announced the launch of its Royal Redefined marketing campaign promoting enhancements to its Royal brand of premium writing, text, and cover papers.
Under the terms of the offer, the SCA would acquire Wausau in a transaction valued at approximately $513 million.
Wausau Coated Products specializes in developing products for customer-specific applications and end-user needs.
Wausau Paper (NYSE:WPP) today announced the introduction of MicroBrite[TM] Technology - a thermal performance enhancing feature of its ProPly[R] and ProRedi[R] food packaging and food service papers for microwave, convection, and conventional oven applications.