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In U.S. Manufacturing Small is the New Black

I couldn’t help to be struck by the news this past week that General Electric is divesting itself of what, as it turns out, is the seventh largest bank in the country, GE Capital. Apparently, the higher ups at GE have determined it is better to do business with a bank as opposed to actually, […]

Net Neutrality and You

I have been writing about this current (and amazing) renaissance in American manufacturing for years, and how, even as you read this, the sector we grew up is changing forever. And yet I’m still amazed at how walls continue to crumble around us; between countries, between cultures, between markets, between corporations, and between sectors. The […]

Lost in Space?

I’m certain you don’t know this, but late last week a NASA probe called Dawn began what it many ways will be the final chapter of the Space Age as we know it. Dawn, a remarkable little craft about the size of an AMC Pacer (or a city bus with its solar panels fully deployed), helped […]