Business & Finance: Corporations

Last week the following newsworthy corporations made the following news:

Red Brown. Extending nearly three miles along the banks of the Androscoggin River in Berlin, N. H. are the mills of Brown Co., a $74,000,000 family-owned paper & pulp concern that was founded as a lumber company in 1852. It has smaller mills in Quebec, general offices in Portland. Me. and timber lands owned outright that are larger in area than the State of Connecticut. The original company was purchased during the Civil War by a Portland lumber merchant named William Wentworth Brown,...

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