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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, […]

From the Shop Floor — The Week in Manufacturing (2/9/2011)

The Christian Science Monitor says manufacturing remains the key to U.S. competitiveness. A recent report says that an end to currency manipulation could mean up to 1.3 million new American jobs. The Atlantic hosted a summit in Washington this week on the future of U.S. manufacturing.  Among the panelists were General Electric chairman and CEO, […]

From the Shop Floor — The Week in Manufacturing (10/19/2012)

Scott Paul, who heads up the Alliance for American Manufacturing, uses the Huffington Post as a platform to decode the second presidential debate on the related issues of China and U.S. manufacturing.  Meanwhile, Industry Market Trends offers its take on the debate as well.  Speaking of IMT, the magazine also offers this little insider’s tip […]