Tag Archives: Re-shoring

Fiscal Cliff? Bring it On!

Is it me, or does this whole fiscal cliff thing not sound and read an awful lot like the Y2K bug of a few years back?  And need I remind you how that turned out? Look, I understand the concern over the preponderance of forces that could start dragging down our economy come January of […]

Made in the U.S.A – Not as Easy as It Sounds

This week the New York Times ran a great piece about how Google is going back to the future with its new home media player, the Nexus Q, making the affordable units not in China or some far-off Asian outpost, but right near the company’s headquarters in Silicon Valley.  Google has even gone so far […]

From the Shop Floor — The Week in Manufacturing (6/22/2012)

The L.A. Times says that small and mid-size suppliers are in a position to benefit from the current manufacturing boom. Columnist Wyatt Emmerich ruminates on what the rise of China has meant to his generation of Americans. MarketWatch says the U.S. economy has clearly slowed. David Brousell of Manufacturing Executive reiterates the awful truth about the […]