Rob Smith’s Pennsylvania company, Acutec Precision Machining Inc., makes inch-long fasteners that are used in the wings of airplanes. In 2006 he tried selling them abroad for the first time.
Following is the text of U.S. non- manufacturing conditions from the Institute for Supply Management.
President Barack Obama arrived in Mexico today with a message that ties the immigration debate in the U.S. to economic growth on both sides of the border.
Right there on Page 40, in the “Munchies” section, nestled between “pretzels” and “twelve (12) Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups,” is a parenthetical alert so adamant you can’t miss it: “M&M’s,” the text reads, “(WARNING: ABSOLUTELY NO BROWN ONES).”
Nucor Corp., the biggest U.S. steelmaker by market value, reported first-quarter earnings that beat analysts’ estimates after U.S. construction began to recover.
In June 2011, Alabama Governor Robert Bentley traveled to the Paris Air Show, Europe’s largest aerospace industry gathering, in hopes of luring foreign investment to his state.
Rohit “Ro” Khanna isn’t a member of Congress yet, but people who encounter him might think otherwise. He’s outgoing and amiable. He wears dark suits and polished shoes.
Following is the text of the U.S. manufacturing conditions from the Institute for Supply Management.
Customer Growth’s Johnson on March Retail Sales Data