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  • 1/03/18

    Charles Bunch takes the leading global coatings company through a major transformation. See what could be next as he seeks to capitalise on opportunities

  • 1/03/18

    Will manufacturing in the United States experience a long-term rebound? There are promising signs. The Boston Consulting Group recently predicted a surge in American manufacturing that by 2020 could create as many as 5 million American factory and service jobs and reduce unemployment by 2 to...

  • 1/03/18

    PPG Paints has chosen Turning Oakleaf its color of the year for 2014. The buttery yellow is a definitive turning point from years past and points to a new direction in color trends, according to Dee Schlotter, senior color marketing manager....

  • 1/03/18

    As PPG Industries Inc.'s stock price approaches $200 a share, a decision in the late 1990s to focus on paint as its top business is paying off, says CEO Charles Bunch. Over the last 15 years, and more aggressively during the last five, PPG has made 30 acquisitions that have moved it into the...

  • 1/03/18

    In 2001, the PPG Industries Foundation forged a partnership with the Pittsburgh Zoo to provide financial support totaling nearly $14 million through 2021 and the opportunity to put the glass and coatings company's name on the facility's aquarium....

  • 1/03/18

    In his role as director of marketing for PPG Industries' architectural coatings business in North America, Tom Dougherty tries to make sure the company's paints are in the shopping carts of do-it-yourselfers and professional contractors across the U.S. and Canada....

  • 1/03/18

    PPG Industries will soon pass a key milestone in its portfolio transformation as coatings revenues exceed 90% of sales.

  • 1/03/18

    Excerpt from the article: Jane Harrington Durst manages automotive paints for PPG Industries, which supplies paint for everything from ships to cellphones. “In the late 90s,” she says, “Ralph Lauren made a big splash with dark greens in fashion and interior design, and many of the American...

  • 1/03/18

    A carbon-based molecule that looks like colored sugar could bring big changes to big-screen TVs. Organic light-emitting diodes, or OLEDs, manufactured by PPG Industries Inc. of Pittsburgh, could give televisions more vibrant colors and deeper blacks, make them thinner and lighter in weight,...

  • 1/03/18

    PPG Industries Inc., the world's largest paint manufacturer, said it plans to spend up to $4 billion on acquisitions and to return cash to shareholders as it continues a growth strategy. “We will continue to focus on growing the company through acquisitions and capital spending,” CEO Charles...


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