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Canada’s Outlook Weakens for 2014

June 27th, 2014 Comments Off
Interview by Rachel Duran Editor’s Note: This interview was conducted May 6, 2014. For the latest information in regard to the forecast for the Canadian economy, visit www.conferenceboard.ca. Severe winter weather in the U.S. Northeast, and the slow growth ...

Defense in an Era of Budget Uncertainties

June 27th, 2014 Comments Off
By Rachel Duran As of this writing, the U.S. Congress is debating the nation’s defense budget and where to make cuts, working with a proposed budget of $496 billion. One factor in the decision-making process includes the fact that ...

Logistics Operations Ready to Handle Increases in Demand

June 26th, 2014 Comments Off
By Rachel Duran With the unfriendly winter and the delays it caused in regard to fulfilling supply chain activities behind them, companies are making plans to cost-effectively handle the pent up demand for their goods. Based on numbers issued ...

Summer 2014 Editor’s Letter: Is Manufacturing Roaring Back?

June 26th, 2014 Comments Off
As increases in new orders, and projected expansions by manufacturers roll out, industry is stepping up investment, while at the same time looking to cut logistics-related costs. “Logistics Operations Ready to Handle Increases in Demand” outlines a few locations ...

Vision, Cooperation and Capital Stimulate Bio

April 9th, 2014 Comments Off
By Rachel Duran Bioscience companies involved in the site selection process will find locations throughout the country are successfully closing gaps and creating new opportunities in their clusters. In St. Louis, strong bioscience-based assets including universities and corporate R&D ...

Automotive’s Unique and Special Time

April 8th, 2014 Comments Off
By Rachel Duran Even though the automotive industry incorporates an enormous amount of technology in both the interior and exterior of cars the perception still remains that it is a dirty, dead-end Rust Belt industry. University-based and corporate research, ...

Industries Find Solutions in Cross-Industry Partnerships

April 8th, 2014 Comments Off
When automotive OEMs, the federal government and researchers are on the same page, the industry finds itself paving the road to a successful future.   “Automotive’s Unique and Special Time” highlights just how high tech the industry really is, and ...

Saskatchewan’s Vibrant Economy; Manitoba Maintains Steady Pace

April 8th, 2014 Comments Off
Interview conducted by Rachel Duran Editor’s Note: This interview was conducted Feb. 19, 2014. For the latest information in regard to the forecast for the Canadian economy, visit www.conferenceboard.ca. Rachel Duran: There has been a slight bump in the ...

Midwest Trails the Rest of the U.S. Economy

April 8th, 2014 Comments Off
Interview conducted by Rachel Duran Editor’s Note: This interview was conducted February 24, 2014. For the latest information in regard to the U.S. economic forecast, visit www.conference-board.org. Rachel Duran: The Conference Board’s Leading Economic Index for the United States, ...

Central Canada on an Economic Rally

February 3rd, 2014 Comments Off
Interview conducted by Rachel Duran Editor’s Note: This interview was conducted December 13, 2013. For the latest information in regard to the forecast for the Canadian economy, visit www.conferenceboard.ca. Better times are expected for Central Canada, according to the ...