Steve Minter

Executive Editor, IndustryWeek

Focus: Global Economy & International Trade

Email: sminter@industryweek.com

 

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An award-winning editor, Executive Editor Steve Minter covers global economic and international trade issues, tackling subject matter ranging from manufacturing trends, public policy and regulations in developed and emerging markets to global regulation and currency exchange rates. As well, he supervises content production of all IW editorial products including the magazine, IndustryWeek.com, research and informationproducts, and executive conferences. 

Before joining the IW staff, Steve was publisher and editorial director of Penton Media’s EHS Today, where he was instrumental in the development of the Champions of Safety and America’s Safest Companies recognition programs.

Steve received his B.A. in English from Oberlin College. He is married and has two children.

Posts by Steve Minter

Manufacturers Find Infrastructure Funding Full of Potholes

The status quo won’t do for U.S. infrastructure funding if the country is to avoid a competitive decline, the National Association of....More

Ex-Im Bank: Hold Your Nose and Pass the Resolution

The House of Representatives passed a continuing resolution (H.J.Res. 124) September 17 that would keep the Export-Import Bank on life support....More

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane … No, It’s Bipartisanship

Could manufacturing have prompted a rare display of bipartisanship in Washington? Turns out the answer is yes. A group of seven senators, led by Sen....More

Take the NAM/IndustryWeek Survey of Manufacturers

It seems as if there is an economic report coming out every five minutes but the truth is that relatively few of them are focused on U.S....More

NAM Report Warns Foreign Competitors Outpacing US on Export Assistance

The National Association of Manufacturers brought fresh ammo to the fight over reauthorizing the U.S. Export-Import Bank today with release of a....More

World Bank Lowers Outlook for Global Economy

Despite a "tailwind" from high-income countries such as the United States, developing countries are headed for another year of sub-5% growth,....More

Energy Change You Can't Believe In

Manufacturers in a recent poll say they are skeptical about an "energy premium" and, if one comes, unlikely to spend the windfall on more workers....More

Where Should You Go for Low-Cost Manufacturing?

Asked what location they considered to be the most attractive for low-cost manufacturing aimed at the North American market, executives at small-to-....More

After the Recovery: What Will the New Normal Look Like?

Expect slower growth in the U.S. economy unless the government takes action on education and immigration, warns a new research report from TD....More

Manufacturing Census Report: No One Thought It Would Be Pretty (INFOGRAPHIC)

The United States lost 35,931 manufacturing establishments in the wake of the Great Recession, according to the 2012 Economic Census advance report....More

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