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NAM Study Puts $81 Billion Price Tag on New Labor Rules 2
The study from the pro-business National Association for Manufacturers estimates that more than 150,000 workers stand to lose their jobs from new labor regulations, with additional jobs changing from full- to part-time.
Toyota to Invest $400 Million in West Virginia Plant Upgrade 3
Plans include converting current generation six-speed transmission lines to next-generation eight-speed transmission lines.
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O, Captain, My Robot? Autonomous Boat Fleet Sets Sail in Amsterdam
The cleverly named “ROBOATS” would transport goods and people and collect data as researchers study how to best use urban waterways.
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Ford Announces Robotics Partnership with University of Michigan
All told, Ford will relocate more than 100 employees to the as-yet-to-be-built lab, which will have space for machines to fly, drive, walk and swim.
House Approves Changes in Workforce Education Funding
The amount of career and technical education funding would not increase significantly, but states would have more flexibility in the ways funds are distributed.
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National Network for Manufacturing Innovation Rebrands as Manufacturing USA
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker announced the rebranding Monday at the International Manufacturing Technology Show in Chicago.
Goodyear, Accuride Plants Among AME Excellence Winners
The Association for Manufacturing Excellence award acknowledges continuous improvement, best practices, creativity and innovation.
Helping Prevent Suicide—What Employers Can Do
Helping Prevent Suicide -- What Employers Can Do
800,000 people die by suicide each year around the world.
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US Payrolls Rise by 151,000 in August; Factory Jobs Fall
A sustained slowdown in hiring would raise questions about America’s consumer-driven expansion as the Fed debates whether to raise interest rates as soon as this month.
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The Internet of Things Gets Real
Real-world solutions for Internet of Things implementation and application.
Toledo Lands New Jeep Components Plant
A partnership between Faurecia and Detroit Manufacturing Systems, the plant is expected to initially employ 140.
Ford to Recall 91,000 Vehicles for Fuel Pump Issues
“In some cases, the engine could stall without warning while driving and without the ability to restart, increasing the risk of a crash,” Ford said in a statement.
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