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Oldest Candy Company May Go Out of Business. Consumers React by Hoarding Necco Wafers Hard to believe this chalky treat has such a cult like following. The Necco Wafter is one candy that people either love or absolutely hate. Either way it looks like the oldest operating candy company may be shuttering its doors soon.
Class Action Lawsuit Challenges New Balance Made in USA Claims The plaintiffs contend that New Balance has been able to overcharge consumers for the allegedly mislabeled shoes. According to the lawsuit, consumers are more inclined to purchase American-made products and will pay a premium for them.
US Steel To Reopen Idle Plant and Call Back 500 Employees Because of Tariffs If you don't make stuff, you can't have a strong country. You can't protect yourself and you go by the way of Greece or maybe Puerto Rico said U.S. Steel CEO David Burritt.
One Week After Trump Imposed Tariffs on Imported Solar Panels Chinese Firm Creates Loophole A Chinese solar manufacturer has authorized the company to finalize planning for the construction of an advanced solar manufacturing facility in the U.S.
2,500 Jobs Created as Production of Ram Heavy Duty pickup trucks Shifted from Mexico to USA Fiat Chrysler said it would create 2,500 jobs at a factory in Warren, Michigan, near Detroit, where the Ram 1500 is currently built, and FCA will invest $1 billion in the facility in 2020.
Apple Says Tax Reform Reason They Are Pledging Support for US Manufacturing The consumer electronics giant, Apple, just made its latest pledge to American manufacturing with a promise to contribute more than $350 billion to the U.S. economy over the next five years.
US reliance on foreign minerals for manufacturing is a security risk The United States relies on foreighn minerals for all but two of the 23 identified as critical for manufacturing. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said the reliance of imported minerals, especially by the military, poses a "very real national security r
ALERT Senate Armed Services Committee wants to weaken Buy American Act rules McCain proposes end to long-held domestic sourcing protections that require the Defense Department to rely on American-made suppliers for certain products deemed critical to national security.
After 112 years Cone Mill Denim Closing Greensboro plant The plant that put the jeans in Jeansboro will end its run on December 31st. The announcement came Wednesday and means pink slips for about 200 people and a void in the city's manufacturing tradition.
Mexican Auto Industry Association rejects U.S. proposals to increase North American content for autos produced in region This comes after a new NAFTA deal thar requires half of all content come from the United States. Currently only 62.5% of materials must be from North America to enter the marketplace tariff-free.