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Consumers offset the corporate cutbacks in the April-June quarter by spending at the fastest pace in six quarters, Commerce said Friday. That suggests steady job growth and modest pay gains are making Americans more confident and willing to spend.
by Christopher S. Rugaber, AP Economics Writer
8.26.2016
11:34am
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Go behind-the-scenes of marine hardware supplier Schaefer Marine's design and manufacturing process, quality control and a tour of its New Bedford, MA factory.
by Schaefer Marine
8.26.2016
10:18am
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See how a solution from Yaskawa helped Reel-O-Matic find a more efficient and safer method to redirect regenerative energy on machines in its facility.
by Yaskawa
8.26.2016
9:44am
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Communities in nine U.S. states that have been hard-hit by coal layoffs are being promised more than 3,000 jobs in several industries through a multimillion-dollar federal grant.
by John Raby, Associated Press
8.25.2016
10:24am
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The new regulations ensure implementation of President Obama's Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive order, signed in July 2014.
by Department of Labor
8.25.2016
9:51am
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In this episode, we examine mapping the cosmos with robots and controlling your phone with tattoos.
by Abbey Dean
8.25.2016
8:39am
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New small business research from Exact found that within manufacturing, respondents named product development and innovation, insights into costs of materials and processing and efficient inventory management as the top three challenges.
by Exact
8.25.2016
8:33am
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Not having the right part at the right time can result in an enormous negative impact to production. Here, Brent Miller advises how to streamline your maintenance part procurement process.
by Brent Miller
8.25.2016
8:27am
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A new analysis of recalls in the U.S. found increases in the automotive, consumer products and food sectors during the second quarter of the year. See the key facts and figures.
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8.24.2016
8:15am
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Read the story of an electrical contractor who says the severe injuries he suffered from an arc flash explosion were preventable had he been wearing personal protective equipment.
by Sally Murdoch, Graphic Products
8.24.2016
8:01am
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The project will nearly double Whirlpool's Greenville, OH Factory Distribution Center to approximately 650,000 square feet.
by Whirlpool Corporation
8.24.2016
8:00am
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The gel-based paint is ideal for marking on smooth or rough surfaces up to 400°F, dries quickly and makes the most vivid marks imaginable in most industrial settings.
8.23.2016
2:51pm
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Honeywell is voluntarily recalling one production lot of 32-ounce bottles of Eyesaline Eyewash solution, which is used for emergency eye rinsing after an injury.
by Honeywell
8.23.2016
1:35pm
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VW and the two Prevent DEV group suppliers, CarTrim and ES Automobilguss, held talks for more than 20 hours to resolve the dispute that threatened to cost the carmaker thousands of vehicles in lost output.
by Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association
8.23.2016
1:20pm
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In this episode we examine an affordable tablet for the visually-impaired and laser lights that provide W-Fi through visible light communication.
by Andy Szal
8.23.2016
10:35am
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Thrill rides in some parts of the U.S. are checked out by state inspectors before customers climb on. But in other places, they are not required to get the once-over.
by Kathleed Foody, Erik Schelzig, Claire Galofaro, Associated Press
8.23.2016
10:12am
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At least 136 acres of river bottom and 35 percent of the PCBs, an oil-like substance discharged from factories in Fort Edward and Hudson Falls, about 40 miles north of Albany, weren't removed, according to the New York state conservation chief.
by Michael Virtanen, Associated Press
8.23.2016
9:30am
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Most of the talk about climate change has been about reducing the emissions we’re going to make, but what about the emissions we’ve already made? Cleaning up that mess is going to be hard, expensive and controversial.
by Bloomberg Business
8.23.2016
9:05am
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Briefly Monday, it looked like the federal government was going to push all 50 states to ban the use of cellphones and other wireless devices while people are driving.
by The Associated Press
8.23.2016
9:01am
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The new equipment for the Marion Metal Center will start being installed this year at the factory where it has some 1,400 workers, company officials said.
by Associated Press
8.22.2016
5:17pm
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A recent report from China Labor Watch found significant labor violations at two Disney supplier factories in China, including workers laboring 12 hours per day with brief rest breaks, cramped dormitories with unhygienic facilities, low pay ($1.32 per...
by Green America
8.22.2016
11:44am
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Tim Kaine and his running mate, Hillary Clinton, are competing against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump for the support of blue-collar workers, particularly in Midwest battleground states where wages have stagnated and a decline in...
by Alan Suderman, Associated Press
8.22.2016
11:32am
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Caterpillar Inc. plans to move some manufacturing from North Carolina to its plant in Decatur as part of a restructuring announced this week.
by The Associated Press
8.22.2016
11:14am
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Deformities and manufacturing problems prompted the government to recall nearly 130,000 combat helmets produced by federal prisoners for the military in recent years, according to a newly released report.
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8.22.2016
11:03am
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CNNMoney's Christine Romans breaks down the economic policies of presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, focusing on the minimum wage, taxes and international trade deals.
by CNNMoney
8.22.2016
10:57am
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Seven major Japanese automakers are planning to spend a record 2.80 trillion yen (around $28 billion) on research and development in fiscal 2016, as they pursue more environmentally friendly, as well as self-driving, vehicles.
by Kyodo News International
8.19.2016
11:09am
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The Air Force said it awarded a $6.2 million contract on Monday to replace the firefighting foam with an "environmentally responsible foam" to reduce the risk of possible contamination of soil and groundwater.
by Jennifer McDermott, Associated Press
8.19.2016
11:02am
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The company says most of the new positions will be engineering jobs to help ATC meet growing demand for its assembly lines and test equipment for the automotive, medical, energy and consumer products markets.
by The Associated Press
8.19.2016
10:58am
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This video shared by RASI SafetyTV appears to parody old-school safety videos, but does the humor help spread the message or does it make light of a serious situation?
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8.19.2016
10:46am
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In an experiment backed by the federal government, Northeastern University and General Electric are offering a new manufacturing degree program to be taught primarily at the company's work sites.
by Collin Binkley, Associated Press
8.19.2016
10:16am
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A steel production company has announced it will shut down its rolling mill steel facility in Calvert City.
by The Associated Press
8.18.2016
12:04pm
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In this episode, an all-terrain cattle-herding robot and a giant machine that can help build 3D-printed homes.
by Abbey Dean
8.18.2016
12:00pm
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The nation's second-largest transit network opened 40 years ago as a point of pride for Washington and its suburbs, but after decades of deferred maintenance, it has deteriorated into an example of failing infrastructure in America's cities.
by Ben Nuckols, Associated Press
8.18.2016
11:55am
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Many commuter and freight railroads have made little progress installing safety technology designed to prevent deadly collisions and derailments despite a mandate from Congress, according to a government report released Wednesday.
by Joan Lowy, Associated Press
8.18.2016
10:54am
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The Navajo Nation on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency over a wastewater spill in Colorado more than a year ago.
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8.18.2016
10:41am
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The investigation determined the worker suffered a finger amputation after trying to remove a jam in an unguarded conveyor belt caused by chicken parts.
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8.17.2016
12:17pm
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If some Montana lawmakers have their way, shutting down two coal-fired units of a power plant that provides electricity to much of the Pacific Northwest won't be cheap or easy for the plant's owners.
by Matt Volz, Associated Press
8.17.2016
11:16am
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An engineer accused of helping a Chinese energy company build nuclear reactors with U.S. technology is accusing the FBI of conning him into talking without a lawyer.
by The Associated Press
8.17.2016
11:10am
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Watch LINE-X, an industrial coating, be applied to everyday fragile objects and make them nearly indestructible.
by Fox and Friends
8.17.2016
10:49am
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Developers of a $3.8 billion, four-state oil pipeline halted construction Tuesday while law enforcement and tribal leaders in North Dakota met to discuss a resolution to an ongoing protest.
by The Associated Press
8.17.2016
10:21am
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