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  • Judge Rules No Punishing Smithfield Foods for Hog Complex

    Judge Rules No Punishing Smithfield Foods for Hog Complex

    News A federal judge in North Carolina is shutting down a lawsuit against a Smithfield Foods hog feeding operation by some neighbors who complained of odors, flies and noises.Contributed...

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  • 'Wild' Salmon May be Straight From the Farm, NY Report Finds

    'Wild' Salmon May be Straight From the Farm, NY Report Finds

    NewsThe report from Attorney General Barbara Underwood found that more than one-fourth of the seafood her office sampled in a statewide supermarket survey was mislabeled, typically as a more...

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  • Trump Asserts China's Economy Feeling his Tariff Pressure

    Trump Asserts China's Economy Feeling his Tariff Pressure

    NewsPresident Donald Trump says China's economy is feeling the pressure of his tariffs, and he thinks a "big and very comprehensive deal" could happen.Contributed Author: The Associated...

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  • Blue-Collar Workers are Now Scarcer Than White-Collar Workers

    Blue-Collar Workers are Now Scarcer Than White-Collar Workers

    Data FocusReversing a decades-long trend in the U.S. jobs market, companies are now having a more difficult time finding blue-collar workers than white-collar workers.Contributed Author: The...

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  • Pushing Lithium Ion Batteries to the Next Performance Level

    Pushing Lithium Ion Batteries to the Next Performance Level

    NewsInternational scientists have developed a new nanostructured anode material for lithium ion batteries, which extends the capacity and cycle life of the batteries.Contributed Author: University...

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  • No. 2 Gas-Producing State Moves to Curb Air Pollution

    No. 2 Gas-Producing State Moves to Curb Air Pollution

    NewsPennsylvania is aiming to curb air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions from its vast natural gas exploration fields, with the governor's administration proposing new regulations Thursday...

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  • Michigan Governor Reaches Final Deal on Great Lakes Pipeline

    Michigan Governor Reaches Final Deal on Great Lakes Pipeline

    NewsMichigan Gov. Rick Snyder's administration said Thursday it had wrapped up negotiations with Enbridge Inc. on building a tunnel to contain an oil pipeline beneath a Great Lakes...

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  • Climate Talks Inch Forward in Poland, May Go Through Weekend

    Climate Talks Inch Forward in Poland, May Go Through Weekend

    NewsBleary-eyed after almost two weeks of negotiations, officials from almost 200 countries on Friday discussed the first comprehensive draft agreement to emerge at the U.N. climate talks in...

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  • No Time to Lose When a Power Transformer Fails

    No Time to Lose When a Power Transformer Fails

    ArticleSilence… The sound no manufacturing general manager wants to hear. When a power transformer that supplies a plant goes bust, everything comes to a grinding halt. At such times the only...

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  • Leak at German Factory Covers Street in Chocolate

    Leak at German Factory Covers Street in Chocolate

    VideosA spill at a chocolate factory in Germany created a scene that looked straight out of "Willy Wonka."Contributed Author: ABC 7Topics: EHS

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  • Walker Uses Power Next Governor May Not Have to Seal Deal

    Walker Uses Power Next Governor May Not Have to Seal Deal

    NewsWisconsin Gov. Scott Walker executed a $28 million deal Thursday to save nearly 400 jobs at a Kimberly-Clark Corp. plant, using powers that his Democratic successor would no longer have under...

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  • The Three Biggest Pitfalls to Transforming Your Company

    The Three Biggest Pitfalls to Transforming Your Company

    BlogMany rust-belt company CEOs blame their company’s failure on everything under the sun: automation, offshore labor, AI, and even their own employees. What these CEOs don’t realize is that the...

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  • Schuler Holds Tech Day in Puebla

    Schuler Holds Tech Day in Puebla

    Industry BriefThe benefits for press operators have been experienced by visitors at Schuler's Tech Day at the end of November in Puebla.Contributed Author: SchulerTopics: Products

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  • Mobile Apps for Employees Will Help Engage Young Manufacturing Workers

    Mobile Apps for Employees Will Help Engage Young Manufacturing Workers

    ArticleThe manufacturing industry has a big workforce-related challenge confronting it, yet part of the solution may already be in the palm of your employees’ handsContributed Author: Jeff...

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  • U.S. Industrial Production Climbed 0.6 Percent in November

    U.S. Industrial Production Climbed 0.6 Percent in November

    NewsU.S. industrial production climbed 0.6 percent on surging output at mines and utilities. But manufacturing production was flat.Contributed Author: Paul Wiseman, Associated PressTopics: Economics

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  • Volkswagen on Track to Break Last Year's Sales Record

    Volkswagen on Track to Break Last Year's Sales Record

    NewsVolkswagen, which last year vied for the title of world's largest carmaker, says it is on track to beat that performance with a new annual sales record — despite trouble getting vehicles...

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  • Renault: No Wrongdoing by Ghosn in Compensation

    Renault: No Wrongdoing by Ghosn in Compensation

    NewsRenault says an internal investigation has found no wrongdoing in the awarding of compensation to CEO Carlos Ghosn, who has been indicted in Japan on charges of falsifying financial...

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  • Weary Climate Envoys Stumble Toward Last Stretch at UN Talks

    Weary Climate Envoys Stumble Toward Last Stretch at UN Talks

    NewsBleary-eyed and pale after almost two weeks of negotiations, officials from almost 200 countries gathered Friday to discuss the first comprehensive draft agreement to emerge at the U.N....

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  • China Suspends Tariff Hikes on $126B of U.S. Cars, Auto Parts

    China Suspends Tariff Hikes on $126B of U.S. Cars, Auto Parts

    NewsChina announced a 90-day suspension on Friday of tariff hikes on $126 billion of U.S. cars, trucks and auto parts following its cease-fire in a trade battle with Washington that threatens...

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  • Artificial Intelligence's Rise Exposes Gaping Gender Gap

    Artificial Intelligence's Rise Exposes Gaping Gender Gap

    NewsThe challenges of making the technology industry a more welcoming place for women are numerous, especially in the booming field of artificial intelligence.Contributed Author: Matt O'Brien, AP...

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