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ExOne expands sales in Israel, Thailand The ExOne Co. is expanding its international presence with the appointment of independent sales representatives in Israel and Thailand, the company announced Thursday. North Huntingdon-based ExOne (Nasdaq: XONE), which manufactures 3-D printers and 3-D pr
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It's an upbeat Poloncarz in Erie County address In what may be a sneak preview of his re-election campaign, Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz delivered an optimistic State of the County address that highlighted his accomplishments during the past three years while also issuing challenges for the fut
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Wedging women out: How manufacturing may contribute to the pay gap in Alabama From its steel roots to its current status as an automaking hub, manufacturing has always been a critical engine for Alabamas economy. The state pumps millions of dollars of taxpayers money into incentives to bring in giant plants with thousands of indust
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Can he bridge N.C. incentive divide? John Skvarla says the keys to attracting an auto-assembly factory to North Carolina are having megasites available and having the right incentives lined up. The relatively new secretary of the N.C. Department of Commerce says with four megasites close to
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BMW hits the 3 million mark in S.C. plant BMWs auto-assembly factory near Greer, S.C., produced its 3 millionth vehicle this week. Manfred Erlacher, chief executive of BMW Manufacturing Co. in Spartanburg County, celebrated the milestone on Tuesday with speeches and other ceremonies. S.C. Commerc
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Here's what readers wrote about this week's top stories One of Cincinnatis largest general contractors is closing Sad news - as a former employee I was sorry to hear about the closing. I enjoyed my time at Reece-Campbell and always speak fondly of the experience and relationships I developed there. I wish Pete
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Chamber of Commerce Hawaii and Innovate Hawaii to host manufacturing tour The Chamber of Commerce Hawaii and Innovate Hawaii will host a tour of the Maui Divers Jewelry design center this Friday to showcase for members a local manufacturer. Last year, the chamber and Innovate Hawaii, a program administered by the High Technolog
bizjournals.com | Mar 27, 2015 02:43 AM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
Tesoro refinery plans $390M expansion as oil train regulations loom The six-week steelworkers strike has come to an end and now Tesoro Corp. is turning its attention to $390 million in planned upgrades at its Anacortes oil refinery, partly intended to improve its export capabilities. But the company at the same time is fa
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Are we nearing the end of stick-shift driving? I learned how to drive a stick shift because I needed to learn, quickly. I was about to buy a 1980 Fiat X1/9 (one of the worst cars ever made, by the way) that came equipped with a manual transmission. So my friend Kevin drove me to a remote part of north
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Former Dallas mayor, U.S. ambassador Ron Kirk pushes nuclear power in Texas As the Texas shale boom progressed, nuclear power projects were put on hold in the Houston area and elsewhere because of the abundance of cheap oil and gas supplies. As such, Texas receives 9 percent of its energy from nuclear power Texas has two nuclear
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