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Carrier layoffs impacting more than 600 workers to begin this summer The company says around 630 people at their Indianapolis, IN facility will be laid off starting July 20 and lasting through the end of the year.
Teeth Being Restored and Jobs Being Reshored There is money in dentistry and it is for the most part a recession proof industry. However, times change for good or bad and the US based dental manufacturing industry suffered setbacks. Now 3D printing is bringing back to the US from China.
To workers hit by factory closures NAFTA was a disaster You donít have to go far to find blue collar workers who point directly at NAFTA as the driving force behind the decline of U.S. manufacturing.
Keystone pipeline will not be built using US steel The Keystone XL oil pipeline won't have to use American steel in its construction, despite what President Donald Trump says because the directive applies to new pipelines or those under repair.
What happened when factory jobs moved from Warren, OH to Juarez, Mexico The cost of cheap overseas labor has impacted not only workers in the US but in Mexico also. This article takes a look at two people struggling to make ends meet for their families.
Trump to begin renegotiating NAFTA with leaders of Mexico and Canada Although convincing Canada and Mexico to renegotiate NAFTA not to mention Congress could be a tough mountain to climb for Trump.
Warning regarding imported teething toy for babies Parents claim to find mold inside popular teething toy. That product being the adorable Sophie the Giraffe teething toy sold in stores such as Target and Amazon.
Trump threatens Toyota over plan to build new plant in Mexico Toyota has had a manufacturing plant in Tijuana since 2002, and announced the new plant in April 2015. Trump warned that if he would hit the auto manufacturer with a big border tax if they carried through with plans to build the plant.
 Sears selling Craftsman to Stanley Black & Decker CEO Ed Lampert promised to re-Americanize the brand by adding jobs in the United States as it shifts Craftsman manufacturing to its own plants stateside.
TPP Trade pact dead, buried, cremated amid Donald Trump presidency It was an ambitious and controversial trade pact that would have covered nearly 40 per cent of the global economy and solidified US leadership in the Asia-Pacific. But Donald Trump's victory has likely killed off the TPP.