Dunder Mifflin

Dunder Mifflin

Dunder Mifflin Paper Company, Inc. is a fictional paper sales company featured in the United States television series The Office. Until late 2009, it traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol DMI. In early 2010, it was absorbed by the Tallahassee, Florida-based electronics conglomerate Sabre, and was known as "Dunder Mifflin Paper Company, Inc. – A Division of Sabre". In May 2012, Sabre began liquidating its assets, selling various divisions piecemeal. Former Dunder Mifflin CFO David Wallace bought Dunder Mifflin, becoming the new CEO and sole shareholder.

Dunder Mifflin describes itself as a "micro-cap regional paper- and office-supply distributor with an emphasis on servicing small-business clients." Also providing "Limitless paper for a paperless world". It is analogous to Wernham Hogg in the British original of the series, and Papiers Jennings and Cogirep in the French Canadian and French adaptations.

Two real websites have been created to support the fictional company. NBC sells branded merchandise at its NBC Universal Store website. Its logo is prominently displayed in several locations in downtown Scranton, Pennsylvania, where the show is set. Since the show airs in many countries, Dunder Mifflin has become associated with Scranton internationally – in a 2008 St. Patrick's Day speech in the suburb of Dickson City, then-Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern identified the city with the company.

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