Manufacturing News

How Hemp2Lab scored a partnership with a WWE legend; its new deal with The Vitamin Shoppe
Here's an inside look at both partnerships.
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Arcimoto reports widening loss, more stock dilution, abandoned production target
The company lost $17.4 million on sales of $1.5 million.
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Government surpasses spending goals for contracts with small businesses
About 11% of contracting dollars nationwide went to businesses that are majority-owned by “socially disadvantaged and economically disadvantaged persons.”
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Minnesota VFW weighs in on 3M earplug bankruptcy move
Veterans organizations in both Minnesota and Indiana voiced their opposition to 3M Co.'s move to put a subsidiary into bankruptcy in an attempt to resolve the hundreds of thousands of lawsuits over earplugs from military veterans who say they were injured by the products. “After years of litigation and verdicts totaling nearly $300 million against 3M, the company seemed poised to finally compensate veterans for the harm they caused," said Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Minnesota State…
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This Cortex nonprofit wants to bring pharmaceutical manufacturing back to the US. It’s starting with a drug to treat brain cancer.
A St. Louis-based nonprofit organization focused on strengthening the U.S. supply chain for pharmaceutical ingredients is embarking on its first project, seeking to boost production of a drug to treat brain cancer.
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Raleigh, Durham miss out as economic development incentives go elsewhere
2022 is proving to be a banner year for rural economic development – but what about Durham and Raleigh?
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