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In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:
On Monday, the Department of Labor accused SL Alabama of employing underage workers at a factory in Alexander City, Alabama.
On Friday, Morton Grove Pharmaceuticals, an Illinois pharmaceutical manufacturer, was ordered to stop making and selling adulterated drugs.
The Zephyr is a solar-powered drone developed by Airbus that is undergoing testing by the U.S. military.
Another day, another self-driving controversy.
Five Cars That Won't Be Around for 2023 - (38:17)
Edmunds recently put together a list of five notable models that are on the way out.
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A Janet Jackson song from 1989 apparently had the power to crash some models of Windows laptops.
In 2021, the private and federal push for the domestic supply of essential goods pushed new jobs as a result of reshoring to a record high.
Twin Metals Minnesota sued the Biden administration to reinstate federal mineral rights leases crucial to the $1.7 billion project.
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