HUNGRY FOR LIFE Young Women and Job Risk
"A study came out yesterday that young women working in the automotive plastics and food packing industry are five times more likely to have breast cancer than their peers working in other industries.... Posted on 3/6/13 at 7:12 AM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Made in China
Note: Thank you to all those who took a look at my preview video of my book project! I'm about 30% of the way toward my fundraising goal so I can publish the paperback and format & publish the ele... Posted on 5/19/12 at 7:54 AM
STAFF BLOG TWIN PORTS BUSINESS Cirrus hires key Middle East rep
Cirrus Aircraft already delivers planes to more than 50 countries in the world.
But with Tuesday's announced addition of Patrick Carroll to the Cirrus team, company officials hope to expand ... Posted on 10/27/09 at 12:42 PM
Between 1980 and 2009, reported the Brookings Institution, the United States lost 7.1 million manufacturing jobs, about 38 percent of its manufacturing base. It lost most (two-thirds) of these jobs between 1980 and 2005, prior to the Great Recession.
Amid a faltering market, two Northland papermakers have discovered a way to bolster their bottom line. Federal energy tax credits could help keep the Sappi Fine Paper mill in Cloquet and the Boise Inc. mill in International Falls solvent by injecting millions of dollars into their operations.
Georgia-Pacific Corp. said Friday to expect a number of temporary layoffs at its Duluth plant in coming months, while Hibbing-based L&M Radiator laid off 47 employees Thursday. Both companies blamed reduced orders in the weakened economy.
Georgia-Pacific Corp. said today to expect a number of temporary layoffs at its Duluth plant in coming months, while Hibbing-based L&M Radiator laid off 47 employees Thursday. Both companies blamed reduced orders in the weakened economy.
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