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Monthly Archives: December 2010
With all the conversation going on about a potential return to strength for the US Manufacturing industry, I found a point of contention and formed a rebuttal to a post by Thomas C. Gibson of Kennett Square, Pa., a retiree … Continue reading
The vacation time is being used; offices and desks are becoming more and more vacant from mid- December on. Staff and employees tend to use the end of the year as a mini-vacation time, taking a break to enjoy the … Continue reading
It seems that the long-awaited rebirth of American manufacturing is on the verge of becoming a reality. Recent news of potential increases in jobs due to the adopted tax breaks for US manufacturing companies coupled with the increases in manufacturing … Continue reading
Continuing the slow climb of the last year, 2011 is forming up to show very real and measurable growth in the next year. According to a recent forecast by the Institute for Supply Management, “Revenue in the non-manufacturing sector, which … Continue reading
As executives sit down to discuss 2011 budgets for their businesses, one cost-cutting factor that can be overlooked. The processes in any company’s day to day operations may cause a drag on the potential profits. In other words, how your … Continue reading