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  • U.S. Mint in Philadelphia gets serious about welcoming visitors

    U.S. Mint in Philadelphia gets serious about welcoming visitors
    PHILADELPHIA - When Tom Jurkowsky joined the U.S. Mint at Philadelphia three years ago, he took the public tour, the same one launched in 1969 when the Mint opened at its current location. Jurkowsky, director of public affairs for the Mint, was...
  • Leesburg's aircraft idea for technology park doesn't fly

    Leesburg's aircraft idea for technology park doesn't fly
    There is a line where government's encouraging private business turns into government's getting into private business, and Leesburg is standing at the line. It's time to back away. Sunday's column detailed half the plan to build a Florida Energy and...
  • A 9/11 street teacher at the scene of the crime

    A 9/11 street teacher at the scene of the crime
    The passengers from New Jersey spill out of the train station and across the blistering sidewalks of Lower Manhattan, oblivious to one another as they steamroll toward their destinations. One rider stands out from the pack: a broad-shouldered man wearing...
  • Architect's vision takes shape in Sept. 11 memorial

    Architect's vision takes shape in Sept. 11 memorial
    The burly construction workers ignore the lanky man as he dips beneath steel beams, plods through muddy puddles and inches his way past the spinning barrel of a cement mixer. In his neat jeans, button-down shirt and leather brogues, he clearly is not...
  • New factory orders rise in May, but manufacturing remains weak

    New factory orders rise in May, but manufacturing remains weak
    Factories got a vote of confidence in May, with customers placing more orders for U.S.-made goods after two months of declines, according to the government. But the 0.7% uptick in demand to $469 billion in new orders may not mask an overall decline in...
  • U.S. manufacturing sector contracts for first time in 3 years

    U.S. manufacturing sector contracts for first time in 3 years
    After being touted months ago as a main driver of the recovery, the U.S. manufacturing sector contracted for the first time in nearly three years last month amid tepid demand and an unpredictable economy. A factory index calculated by the Institute for...
  • Holiday movies: 'Tron: Legacy': The machinery of a sequel

     
    2010 Holiday Movie Preview: Look for more features on holiday movies on Brand X all week. Daniel Simon was in his native Germany and happily working in big-time car-design circles when an e-mail arrived in spring 2008 that would change his life. “It...
  • Manufacturing report shows growth in production [Updated]

     
    Activity in U.S. manufacturing grew for the 17th straight month in December, according to a report out Monday. New orders, production and prices all grew in December, according to the Institute for Supply Management manufacturing report. "We saw...
  • Mack CEO learns working the line a challenge

     
    Working on the assembly line was a harder job than Mack Trucks president and CEO Denny Slagle realized when he went behind the scenes at three Mack Truck plants including the one in Lower Macungie Township on the hit CBS......
  • L.A. County keeps rank as top U.S. manufacturing employer

     
    Manufacturing jobs in Los Angeles County have continued to decline in recent years, as they have nationwide, yet the county retains its ranking as the leading U.S. manufacturing center, a new report says. L.A. County had 389,300 people employed in......
  • 861 days and $787 billion in, Obama pleads for more time on jobs

     
    Democrat Obama tells Iowa it will take more time to create the new jobs that were supposed to be here now....
  • History’s “Engineering Evil” examines Holocaust artifacts and uneasy truths

     
    By Karl J. Paloucek Follow @ChannelGuideK The composer Dmitri Shostakovich used to dedicate his works to the victims of fascism and war because, as he noted, it wasn't possible in his lifetime to write an individually dedicated piece for each of the dead....