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Caterpillar opening regional headquarters, hundreds of jobs in Arizona Caterpillar Inc. is bringing hundreds of six-figure jobs to Arizona. The Peoria, Illinois-based mining and construction equipment manufacturer will open a regional headquarters in downtown Tucson and hire 600 for the new facility, reports Tucson.com. Cate
bizjournals.com | May 3, 2016 6:50 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
Orlando's Lockheed Martin-Northrop partnership lands $116.7 military contract Employees at a Lockheed Martin facility in west Orlando will have their work cut out for them, thanks to a big military contract worth more than $100 million. Longbow LLC, a joint venture between Lockheed Martin Corp. (NYSE: LMT) and Northrop Grumman Corp
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200 Cargill workers in Sidney impacted by acquisition Cargill has agreed to sell a major business unit that will impact several hundred workers in its Sidney facility. The company said in a statement Tuesday it has reached an agreement to sell its Dressings, Sauces and Mayonnaise (DSM) business to Ventura Fo
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Paper Machinery Corp. transitions to employee ownership and names new executives Paper Machinery Corp. will transition from family ownership to employee ownership with new executive leadership. The company, which makes machines that produce paperboard cups and containers and has been owned since 1935 by the Baumgartner family, announc
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Emerson Q2 profit down 62 percent Profit at Emerson during its second fiscal quarter of 2016 fell 62 percent to $369 million when compared to the same period last year as revenue dipped 9 percent to $4.9 billion during the quarter. Emerson (NYSE: EMR) is one of St. Louis largest publicly
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The one thing Airstream wanted as it grows in Shelby County Airstream wanted one key thing to help it grow in Shelby County: Better roads. I reported last week the Jackson Center-based maker of iconic aluminum-body RVs is looking to expand yet again. With the new acquisition of a West Coast company, it's evaluatin
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Former P&G executive becomes CEO of Ohio firm A former Procter & Gamble Co. executive has been named the leader of another Ohio-based company. Patrick Lockwood-Taylor, who was most recently vice president of personal health care for North America at P&G (NYSE: PG), has been named the CEO of Lancaster
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BASF sells shuttered Houston-area plant to Sugar Land company New Jersey-based BASF Corp., the North American affiliate of Germany-based BASF SE, has sold a Houston-area manufacturing facility that it closed last year. Trecora Chemicals, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sugar Land-based Trecora Resources (NYSE: TREC), b
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The world's drinking more Coors Light The world's drinking more Coors Light. That's according to Molson Coors Brewing Co., which said that Coors Light volume grew by 3.5 percent in the first quarter. The Denver beer giant (NYSE: TAP) reported first-quarter adjusted earnings of 54 cents per sh
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How an Austin VC firm founder wants to solve the STEM jobs crisis Theres no shortage of pundits who sound the alarm about tech worker shortages or the need for more STEM graduates to fill those jobs, except that they dont typically offer a solution. Then theres Sara Brand, who has her own action plan to help solve the p
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