Report: Court Rules in Favor of Menards Founder in Case Against Former Fiancee
The founder of the Menards building supply chain doesn’t have to give his ex-fiancee ownership interest in the company, an appeals court ruled Tuesday. John Menard’s former finacee had sued for ownership interest in the company.
The Associated Press has the full story, as shared by The Chippewa Herald.
Report: Lumber Trade War Brewing | August 25, 2016
Bloomberg featured a story today on the escalation of a trade dispute between the U.S. and Canada over a new softwood lumber trade agreement. The countries are currently operating under a … Read More
Report: Philly-Area Lumberyard Closing After 153 Years | August 12, 2016
A long-standing Philadelphia-area lumberyard is closing after 153 years in business. The Philadelphia Inquirer shares the story of Fritz Lumber Co. of Berwyn, Penn., and its owners William “Howard” Fritz … Read More
Report: Florida Governor Honors Naples Lumber and Supply | July 15, 2016
Ron Labbe, owner of Naples Lumber and Supply in Naples, Fla. was honored with a Business Ambassador Award from Gov. Rick Scott. The award recognizes the company’s job-creating efforts and … Read More