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Dayton-area manufacturer to cut nearly 50 workers A Dayton-area automotive supplier is cutting nearly 50 workers. Conform Automotive will lay off employees at its Sidney plant, according to a filing with the state of Ohio, Bingham Farms, Mich.-based Conform Automotive supplies sheets, roll goods and cust
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Newmont Mining shareholders OK CEO's 'disgraceful' pay package, nix human rights risk plan Shareholders of Newmont Mining Corp. have approved a controversial pay plan for its CEO and turned down a human rights risk assessment plan. At Thursday's meeting in New York City, Newmont (NYSE: NEM) shareholders approved CEO Gary Goldberg's multi-millio
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Ball Aerospace expanding in Colorado Ball Corp. is expanding its Aerospace Manufacturing Center in Westminster. In a Thursday groundbreaking, officials at Colorado-based Ball (NYSE: BLL) and state officials celebrated the planned 145,000-square-foot expansion that's expected to be completed
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Monsanto wraps up $50 million expansion at Iowa plant Monsanto has completed a $50 million expansion at its plant in Muscatine, Iowa. The project expands the packaging capacity at the plant to support the company's launch of dicamba-tolerant trait technologies. The plant, which Monsanto has operated since 19
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Recalls (and worries) mount for Polaris Polaris Industries Inc. could pay out hundreds of millions of dollars related to a lengthening series of recalls in the past year or so, but dealers worry the company's brand could face an even higher cost. The Star Tribune looks at the impact of recalls
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Workers at major Alabama employer authorize strike United Steelworkers Local 12L, the union representing workers at Goodyear's plant in Gadsden, last week voted to authorize a strike. According to AL.com, the vote comes before scheduled contract negotiations. The union and company last agreed to terms of
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Automotive Minute: Nissans Rogue Trip measures success in memories, not miles Last week, 10 teams set out from cities in the Eastern United States on the three-day Nissan Rogue Trip, a scavenger hunt-filled journey culminating in a finish-line reception at Penn Station in New York City. Each team drove a fully equipped Nissan Rogue
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Columbus Zoo signs supply deal with chemical company owned by Oscar Robertson A specialty chemical company owned by basketball legend Oscar Robertson has landed a deal with the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium to supply it with two different products. Craig Feltner, general manager of Orchem Corp., said the company is supplying the Columb
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Milwaukee Brewing bumps into state law conflict with new downtown development Milwaukee Brewing Co. CEO Jim McCabe wanted to run the event hall and restaurant that will share a building with his future downtown brewery, but found out state law puts a stopper on that possibility. The companys headquarters and craft brewery are the l
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Unprecedented growth continues to spur New Era Cap New Era Cap Co. Inc. is a throwback. The family-owned Buffalo-based company has bucked the trend of fast-growing businesses seeking riches or fresh capital through an IPO, instead remaining in the hands of the founders son and current CEO, Chris Koch. My
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