Business

A quartet of well-known activist investors, including Third Point LLC and Trian Fund Management LP, has lined up to challenge the plans taking shape to break apart DowDuPont.

BMC Stock Holdings, Inc., announced its financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2017, with net sales rising 11.1% to $886.4 million. 

Builders FirstSource, Inc. today announced that CEO Floyd Sherman, age 78, has advised the Company’s Board of Directors that he intends to step down as CEO effective January 1, 2018.

Here’s a look at the top revenue generators for 2017. Dow continues to hold the No. 1 slot in the U.S. for chemical companies.

Carlisle Construction Materials (CCM) recently announced its acquisition of Drexel Metals, Inc. of Louisville, Ky.

Targeting a large metropolis with a strong focus on the trade idustry, 84 Lumber opens its new location in Greensboro, North Carolina making it the twelfth store in the state.

Shares in Tembec Inc. rose the most since May after Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc. won support from two key shareholders for its increased bid for the Canadian lumber and paper producer.

In response to a reported increase in population and rising rates of homebuilding in the southeast, 84 Lumber has recently opened its newest store in Ruskin, Florida making it the fourteenth store in the state. 

On July 25, 2017, Parr Lumber announced the acquisition of a 7.5 acre property in Cornelius, Oregon which includes a 15,000 square foot building.

Carter Lumber Co. will invest $10 million to locate a Kight Home Center manufacturing facility in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The company plans to hire 50 full-time associates in Warren County.