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Retail and Manufacturing Lead 2018 Hiring Boom

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Heading into 2018, economists expected hiring to slow due to a tight labor market, as a below-4 percent unemployment rate would make finding workers difficult for businesses. According to The Wall Street Journal, “the opposite has occurred, largely due to …

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The Potential Impact of Steel Tariffs

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Earlier this month, the Trump administration imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, with initial exceptions made for imports from Canada and Mexico. President Donald Trump imposed the tariffs at the recommendation of the Secretary of Commerce, citing steel was …

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Tariffs Imposed on Solar Panels, Washing Machines

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On Jan. 22, the Trump administration announced tariffs on imports of solar panels and washing machines as part of the administration’s focus on “America First,” The Wall Street Journal reports. According to the article, the tariffs were imposed in an …

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How Will Tariffs Impact the Solar Panel Industry?

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The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) announced its decision last week that U.S. solar panel manufacturers are negatively impacted by imported solar panels, specifically from Mexico and Korea. According to the report, the ITC will hold a public hearing on remedy on …

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Founder, Chairman of Adams Manufacturing Presented with 2014 Inventor of the Year Award

The Pittsburgh Intellectual Property Law Association (PIPLA) recently presented its 2014 Inventor of the Year Award to Bill Adams, founder and chairman of Adams Manufacturing. The award recognizes the contributions Adams has made to progressing the design and use of …

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