Made in America
AP Business Writer
More from Josh Funk
5 Signs That It’s Time for a New ERP
Small to midsized manufacturing companies typically piece together multiple applications to run operations from accounting to order fulfillment, to sales and marketing. This new white paper gives you five triggers that should serve as red flags.
Apr 26th, 2021
Judge: Railroad Talks Should be Included in Lawsuits
Price-fixing allegations have been winding their way through U.S. courts for more than a decade.
Feb 23rd, 2021
Food & Beverage
Virus Closes Meat Plants
The closures have raised fears of shortages.
Apr 14th, 2020
Flooded Farmers Face Growing Dilemma
Floods are the 'new normal.'
Dec 12th, 2019
Union Pacific Sues to Nullify 1872 Jobs Pact
The agreement requires the company keep a certain number of jobs in an East Texas town indefinitely.
Dec 2nd, 2019
Buffett Has No Plans to Retire
In a recent interview, he also admitted that Berkshire Hathaway overpaid for its acquisition of Kraft Heinz.
Feb 26th, 2019
Could VW Board Sue its Former CEO?
Martin Winterkorn was indicted Thursday in the U.S. on charges of fraud and conspiracy, but his legal troubles are far from over.
May 7th, 2018
Sorghum Faces Crippling Tariff
China imposed preliminary anti-dumping tariffs of 178.6 percent on U.S. sorghum this week.
Apr 19th, 2018
Buffett Bets Big on Apple
And he is normally leery of technology companies.
Feb 28th, 2017
Buffett's Cash Piling Up
The man has the kind of money problem most people would envy: a growing mountain (almost $73 billion) of cash.
Oct 11th, 2016
CSX Continues Cuts
CSX said it reduced expenses by about $270 million and plans additional cuts. About 2,000 workers have been furloughed and 400 of the railroad's locomotives are parked.
Apr 14th, 2016
Buffett: U.S. Economy Better Than Portrayed
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett said Saturday that the nation's economy is in better shape than the presidential candidates make it seem, though businesses like his still face challenges.
Feb 29th, 2016