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In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:
On Thursday, the delivery company announced plans to hire more than 100,000 people within 30 minutes of applying.
Based in Wisconsin, New Glarus Brewery is best known for the brand Spotted Cow. Brewery shareholders are suing company CEO Deb Carey, accusing her of malfeasance with the company’s financials.
The Tesla Bot is a humanoid robot designed and developed by Tesla to ease the burden of manual labor and repetitive tasks. Some people are concerned.
A new report from IDTechEx suggests that advances in technology could make driving a car obsolete by 2050.
According to a report in the Star Tribune, Newell Brands is closing the Coleman plant in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota by the end of 2021. As a result, 175 workers will be out of a job.
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Amazon needs delivery drivers and the company is tweaking the vetting process. The company recently advised its delivery partners to tell job-seekers that they will not be screening for cannabis use.
EVOC Sports introduced a bicycle commuting backpack with the ability to deploy an airbag in the event of an accident.
Record-high prices for vehicles might not fall back toward earth until 2023.
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