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Manufacturing Advocacy Group Says Green New Deal Could Cost Consumers $244 Billion in Replacement Costs

"The Green New Deal should be vigorously opposed by any political leader who has even a cursory understanding of the U.S. economy and sensible policies that would be designed to improve our environment and meet our growing energy needs," said David Holt, president of the Consumer Energy Alliance.

Rivian Automotive' Electric Truck will Arrive in 2020 with Investment Boost from Amazon

Rivian has now raised about $1.15 billion. Its battery-powered R1T pickup and R1S sport utility vehicle drew rave reviews at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

New US Workforce Policy Board Includes, Apple, Lockheed Martin, Siemens, IBM

One goal of the board is to create a national campaign promoting multiple education and training pathways that lead to family-sustaining careers.

Chaos and Confusion Grip the Regulatory Agenda

Expect to see Democrats wage total war on Trump while agencies press workplace regulatory reform.

What the FUD? Finding Clarity in Manufacturing's Future

Four things that are almost certainly going to happen, and what manufacturing leaders should be doing about it.

World's Biggest Battery Quietly Being Planned in the Oil Patch

The 495-megawatt storage system would be built in tandem with a solar farm of the same size.

NAM’s Immigration Proposal Supports Wall and STEM Programs

The group wants the administration to prioritize America’s workforce needs through reforms to the legal immigration system and including a fund to support STEM programs so that "we can reduce the need for these types of visas in the future."

Amazon Scraps Plan to Build a Headquarters in New York City

After receiving backlash for the almost $3 billion of financial incentives it would receive from the Empire State for building a new HQ in NYC, the e-commerce giant is backing out.

U.S.-China Trade Teams Said to Be Far Apart on Reform Demands

In closed-door sessions, the sides have failed to narrow the gap around structural reforms to China’s economy that the U.S. has requested.

Better Recruiting Through Social Media

Don't just mess around on Twitter. You need a plan in place to get solid results.

GM Cruise Falls Short of Self-Driving Test Miles Projection

The good news for GM: Cruise has significantly increased the number of miles its vehicles are driving in autonomous mode without needing human intervention.


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