A new device will allow the same sheet of paper to be erased and reprinted 10 times, cutting waste and carbon emissions.
Shipping delays, reduced printing capacity and a paper shortage plague publishers and retailers as holiday shopping gets underway.
School supplies, holiday cards and, yes, toilet paper are all affected.
As part of our "I've Always Wondered" series, a listener asks why we've ended up with these arbitrary-seeming dimensions for office paper.
Your shopping bill could be getting noticeably higher. Procter & Gamble today announced it’s planning to raise prices on a lot of its products, including Bounty paper towels and Puffs tissues. One reason for those increases? P&G is having to pay a lot for wood pulp, which is basically what paper towels, diapers and toilet […]
An industry that once defined Camas, Washington, is coming to an end. Now the former mill town is searching for its future identity.
In the U.S., gift wrap accounts for $3.2 billion a year in retail sales.