The latest news on manufacturing
The president's vision for a second term: job retraining, help for homeowners, and more taxes on the wealthy.
The first economic reports of the New Year could provide a preview of what's in store for 2012.
Despite global slowdown, U.S. manufacturing activity rose to its highest level in five months
Once the darling of the "recovery," manufacturing faces challenges as the global economy slows.
Because of a lack of qualified applicants, as many as 600,000 manufacturing jobs remain unfilled.
The global economic climate might be ripe for a manufacturing renaissance in the United States.
We can’t afford to keep borrowing money from the Chinese to pay for oil from Saudi Arabia.
The country and communities the Tea Party activists have romanticized don’t exist anymore.
The U.S. economy has gotten away from its roots.
Most disturbing is the proportion of the unemployed out of work for more than six months: 42 percent.