The Washington Post is now printing more paper than it did in 2015.
According to a report published by the Post, the newspaper’s paper stock rose more than 30 percent in the past 12 months, which led to a profit of $1,971,000 in the fourth quarter of 2016.
The Post’s $1 million was the most the paper made since it bought the newspaper in 2016.
It is a record for the newspaper, which went from a total circulation of less than 2,000,000 copies in the late 1990s to nearly 8 million copies today.
While the newspaper is not making any profits yet, it is expected to make more money than the rest of the paper market.
As for what the paper’s profit will be, it will be split between three groups.
First, it’ll be divided into three different revenue streams: advertising, circulation and subscriptions.
Second, it’s split into four different categories: newsprint, advertising, online and local.
Finally, it goes to a new revenue stream of its own: subscriptions to the newspaper.
This revenue stream will be called “Newsprint and Local,” and it will generate an additional $1m a year for the Post.
In 2017, the paper will begin to receive its first royalty payments.
On Thursday, the Post announced that it will begin receiving new payments for its print business, which includes its digital print business.
For the first time, the new payments will be paid quarterly, with the first payment due on December 1, 2017.
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