Manufacturing News

Harvest, Arizona's largest cannabis company, to be acquired in $2B deal
Kim Rivers, CEO of Trulieve Cannabis Corp., said the deal is a step toward making her company the most profitable multi-state cannabis firm.
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Harley-Davidson to relaunch electric LiveWire as its own brand
Harley-Davidson Inc.’s electric LiveWire motorcycle, which the company first delivered to dealers in fall 2019, will get an official launch in July as a brand in its own right with its own laboratory and showrooms. Milwaukee-based Harley-Davidson (NYSE: HOG) said Monday the LiveWire will debut as an all-electric brand with a premiere at the International Motorcycle Show July 9 in Irvine, California. The company said the news entails the next chapter in the LiveWire journey. The first LiveWires…
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Plug Power projects 60% jump in quarterly billings
"The fundamentals of our business remain robust with record first quarter gross billings," Plug chief executive Andy Marsh said in written statement.
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Australian biotech to open first U.S. manufacturing facility in Maryland, add 1,500 jobs
Ellume will manufacture its at-home Covid-19 tests from the new facility, which is currently under construction.
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St. Louis distiller moves its corporate office from downtown as vacancy climbs
The company moved digs to West County, a blow to a central business district that's been targeted for a turnaround but has seen vacancy rise.
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Regeneron's five fastest-growing drugs
The drug company now has two medications that are generating well over $1 billion a quarter.
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