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On Sunday, February 5th at 6:30 pm EST, more than 100 million people are expected to tune in to watch the Atlanta Falcons take on the New England Patriots during Super Bowl LI. Houston is expecting an estimated 1 million visitors that weekend.
A proposed overhaul of the U.S. tax code favored by Republicans in the House of Representatives is drawing fire from small-business owners who sell everything from toys to materials used in kitchen cabinets.
One of the nation’s best-known toolmakers, Stanley Black & Decker, said Thursday that it will move more manufacturing back to the U.S. from overseas, including construction of a new $35 million factory after acquiring the Craftsman brand from ailing retailer Sears Holdings.
BALTIMORE — James Branch’s life seemed destined to follow a familiar arc in the streets that surround the Marlin Steel factory, where he bends metal from sunrise until near dark.
The world’s largest contract assembler of consumer electronics, including the Apple iPhone, says it’s in talks to invest in a US assembly, responding to Trump’s tweets to bring jobs home.
It began as a ripple and is becoming a powerful wave. I’m talking about the reverse migration of manufacturing from China to the U.S.A. — known as reshoring — that appears to be gaining momentum.
From the earliest days of his campaign, Donald J. Trump made keeping manufacturing jobs in the United States his signature economic issue, and the decision by Carrier, the big air-conditioner company, to move over 2,000 of them from Indiana to Mexico was a tailor-made talking point for him on the stump.
Brands and retailers who proudly declare they’re “made in the USA” have serious challenges brimming beneath their patriotic polish.
A homegrown way to harness the sun’s energy is gaining traction.
Reebok is bringing some manufacturing capabilities to the United States as the athletic-gear maker unveiled plans to open a new manufacturing lab that relies on futuristic liquid material and 3D drawing. New manufacturing process uses liquid material.
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