The NY Times recently featured a Seattle-based company named “Taphandles” that has brought some of its manufacturing of custom beer taps and beer-marketing products (see photo above) back to the United States from China as many of the economic and … read more
BISMARCK (AP) – “Airports in western North Dakota’s booming oil patch are setting new passenger boarding records nearly every month and need tens of millions of dollars to invest in terminals, parking and runway upgrades, the state’s aeronautics commissioner said. … read more
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ASSOCIATED PRESS — “Zane State College in Ohio is among dozens of public colleges and universities across the northeastern shale states that are moving to add new staff, academic majors or job-training courses in fields related to natural gas. “There’s … read more
The Federal Reserve released data today on U.S. industrial production for the month of September with the following highlights: 1. Industrial production increased in September by 0.2% on a monthly basis and 3.2% on an annual basis. 2. For the … read more
The Associated Press reports: The U.S. is abandoning plans to keep U.S. troops in Iraq past a year-end withdrawal deadline, The Associated Press has learned… a senior Obama administration official in Washington confirmed Saturday that all American troops will leave … read more
Austrian economist Joseph Schumpeter is best known for his idea of “creative destruction,” the way innovation upsets established businesses and forces capitalism to constantly evolve. But Schumpeter was as much a social theorist as an economic one. And he would … read more
President Barack Obama has now, unfortunately, embraced the anti-capitalist, anti-markets Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement as a way of continuing to occupy the Oval Office for another term. At the Martin Luther King Memorial dedication, Obama said King would “want … read more