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If at first you don’t succeed….


Apple, still reeling from all the negative press from the NY Times piece on practices at their subcontrators plants in China, has hired a new watchdog to ensure that the plants are run in a safe manner.  The Fair Labor Association (FLA) … Continue reading

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My invisible hand can beat your visible hand hands down!


The rise of China to the largest exporter in the world while still being an alleged communist country has always been baffling to me.  The Chinese government has had a huge role in guiding the economic development of China since 1976.  Through the … Continue reading

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A sobering view of the future of manufacturing in America


It isn’t often that Thomas “the mustache of understanding” Friedman contributes much to increase my understanding of globalization or manufacturing in this country, but last week was an exception.  Mind you, it wasn’t anything he wrote, rather it as an … Continue reading

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By my calculations, I still have fifteen minutes of fame left


Recently, I came across a piece written by Tim Worstall, a regular contributor at Forbes, about Apple.  I left a comment on that article and asked Tim to check out my post, Comparing Apples to Apples, that I wrote regarding the possibility of … Continue reading

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Made in America blogs


I am new to the blogging community and am still finding my way around.  I suppose my blog is best described as a “Made in America” blog.  I hope to connect with other people who are concerned with the dramatic … Continue reading

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