Tag: Alliance for American Manufacturing

News, Regulations

As Intel Announces its Ohio Chip Fab, an Industrial Policy Debate Looms

January 24, 2022

Via: Alliance for American Manufacturing

The last time I was in Columbus, Ohio, I bought a very good book at a very cool bookstore and ran in the annual Columbus marathon. And lemme tell you, brother, I came in a lot closer to last place […]


Will We See an Economic Relief Package Before January?

November 4, 2020

Via: Alliance for American Manufacturing

The election is over! The votes will now be counted and recounted, and everyone will send the lawyers in. But it looks like Kanye lost, Joe Biden is momentarily up on Donald Trump, the House is going to remain in […]

Process, Production

Mark Juneteenth by Getting to Know These Black Manufacturers

June 19, 2020

Via: Alliance for American Manufacturing

Today is Juneteenth, and we’re marking the holiday by acknowledging five Black manufacturers who are making Made in America products. But before we do that, here’s a little background on what Juneteenth means: It’s the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of […]

Process, Production

AAM President: Obama Failed to Revive US Manufacturing

January 13, 2016

Via: Industry Week

In 2012, President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address audaciously put American manufacturing and the middle class front and center. Later that year, as he was asking voters for four more years, he made a campaign pledge to create […]