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August 21, 2014Manufacturing Slows From Europe to China on Trade Risks
Manufacturing activity slowed in the euro area and China as rising political tensions threaten to weaken trade and damp the outlook for the global economy
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August 21, 2014Cargo Rates Trigger Shipper Backlash as U.S. Rails Soar
Shippers want to be able to compel railroads to hand off cargo to a rival in mid-journey and make it easier to challenge higher rates with the U.S. Surface Transportation Board.
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August 21, 2014Shippers Air Concerns about Driver Coercion Proposal
The strongest comments come from shippers who believe the agency’s approach would make them responsible for drivers they do not control
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August 21, 2014Want more women in the C-suite? Start with the supply chain
Just 5% of top-level supply chain positions at Fortune 500 companies are filled by women
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August 18, 2014Economists raise 3rd-quarter US growth forecasts, says Philly Fed survey
Economists raised their forecasts for U.S. economic growth in the third quarter but trimmed their estimates for the balance of 2014
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August 18, 2014Ferro Farewell from FMCSA Focuses on Need to Spread Safety Burden
Too much of the burden falls on drivers who are not paid for all the time they work, said Ferro
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August 18, 2014Kelloggs sets crunch time goals for climate
rRnewed push includes seeking better results from the company and suppliers
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August 18, 2014Feds delay implementing proposed ''factoryless'' manufacturing category
Move would have counted outsources as manufacturers
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August 13, 2014U.S. retail sales pause, seen rebounding in months ahead
U.S. retail sales unexpectedly stalled in July, pointing to some loss of momentum in the economy early in the third quarter
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August 13, 2014Deere ''Scaling Back'' Output as It Cuts Forecast
Cuts its fiscal-year profit forecast and said it will scale back production as record crops weigh on grain prices and deter spending by U.S. farmers.
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