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How to Ease the Pain of Physical Inventory Counts
While physical inventory counts are a necessary evil, they don't need to be such a significant burden.
Jun 29th, 2021
Indiana Needs to Embrace Change
The state was once a manufacturing powerhouse where you could get a good-paying job even without a high school education.
Oct 23rd, 2017
Senator Sells Stock
He is finalizing his sale of stock in a family arts and crafts business that operates a factory in Mexico.
Aug 29th, 2017
Carrier Critic Uses Mexican Labor
He railed against Carrier for moving manufacturing jobs to Mexico as he profited from a business that relies on Mexican labor.
Jul 14th, 2017
Retirement 'Bittersweet' for Union Boss
"You want to leave a job better than you got it. But working-class people in general — we're not doing good," said Chuck Jones, retiring president of USW Local 1999.
Jul 6th, 2017
University to Study Climate Change Impact
The $55 million effort will study the impact of climate change, which could have a profound impact on agriculture, industry and quality of life.
May 11th, 2017
Solar Doesn't Threaten Utility Profits
Still, influential power companies urge lawmakers to sharply curtail solar panel owner benefits.
Mar 23rd, 2017
Indiana Utilities Challenging Solar Market Subsidies
Proposed legislation could reduce the financial benefits of solar users. Utilities feel this levels the playing field, while the solar industry feels its being bullied by big companies with political connections.
Feb 9th, 2017
State Bill Could Bar Tesla
Critics say it would sound the death knell of Tesla's ability to sell cars in the state.
Feb 2nd, 2017
Trump-Carrier Deal Details Remain Hazy
The deal spares about 800 workers, but suggests hundreds will still lose their jobs. Also, neither Trump nor Carrier has yet to say what the workers might have to give up.
Dec 1st, 2016