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Trade War Unleashes C-Suite Chaos: ‘How Do You Plan?’

“Uncertainty is the enemy of investment,” said Columbia Sportswear Co. general counsel Peter Bragdon.

Protolabs Grows Digital Manufacturing Footprint, Celebrates Two Decades of Expansion

In May digital manufacturer Protolabs celebrated its 20-year anniversary with the grand opening of its eighth manufacturing facility in the United States, and 12th globally.

UAW-Ford Center to Train Hourly Workers in Advanced Manufacturing

Skilled trades training, including 3D printers, collaborative robots, vision systems, drones will be taught at the new center.

China Won't Sit Back and Take a Beating

There’s no question that President Xi sees these attacks on Huawei as a slap in the face.

Automakers' Job Cuts Are at 38,000 and Counting

From China to the U.K., Germany, Canada and the U.S., companies have announced at least 38,000 job cuts in the past six months.

US Firms Rethink China Presence Due to Trade War: Survey

The American Chamber of Commerce found that nearly half of U.S. businesses in Chain have experienced non-tariff retaliatory measures in China since last year.

Carriers Drop Huawei Phones as US Crackdown Crimps Plans

Carriers in Japan, Taiwan and Britain stopped taking early orders for newer smartphone models from Huawei on Wednesday.

Chevron Offering Electric Car Charging at Stations

While Chevron’s focus clearly remains on oil and gas, it’s following a trend of sorts in the industry as the price of battery-fueled cars shrinks.

Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence Opens at Army Center

The Center of Excellence for Advanced and Additive Manufacturing at the Rock Island Arsenal will help deliver readiness by ensuring soldiers have the equipment and repair parts they need when and where they need them.

Marvell to Buy Former IBM Chip-Design Unit for $650 Million Cash

Marvell will get about 800 engineers focused on application specific integrated circuits, or ASICs, a type of semiconductor that is growing in importance as companies work to handle a rising flood of data.

Why We Need the Tariffs

Making a trade agreement with China without enforceable penalties for cheating is a long-term ticket to economic oblivion.

Boeing Acknowledges Flaw in 737 MAX Simulator Software

Boeing acknowledged that it had to correct flaws in its 737 MAX flight simulator software used to train pilots, but did not say when it first became aware of the problem.


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