Small businesses and manufacturers carry a disproportionate share of the $2.023 trillion burden that federal regulations impose on the economy annually, according to a new study from the National Association of Manufacturers.
After cracking down on tax havens abroad, U.S. authorities are taking aim at shell companies. The Obama administration raised the issue in its 2015 budget, and members of Congress have regularly submitted laws to fight shell companies....More
Small businesses and manufacturers carry a disproportionate share of the $2.023 trillion burden that federal regulations impose on the economy annually, according to a new study from the National Association of Manufacturers....More
Frustration with Washington continues to hang like a cloud over manufacturers; however, U.S. manufacturers are overwhelmingly optimistic about the outlook for their businesses, according to the 3Q 2014 NAM/IndustryWeek Survey of Manufacturers....More
The commission said the companies "discussed and exchanged sensitive commercial information on pricing, customers, contract negotiations, production capacity or capacity utilization and their future market conduct."...More
The luck of the Irish may be running out if the Obama Administration succeeds in squashing tax inversion deals that have made low-tax rate countries like Ireland attractive to U.S. corporations....More
Kennametal's Carlos Cardoso climbed the industrial ladder all the way from 'shop rat' to CEO. As he prepares for retirement, he remains hopeful that manufacturing can offer the next generation the same opportunities it offered him....More