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Organizational Healing

CWIEME, IMTS, others provide options, analysis for tough times In a time of division and uncertainty, it’s easy enough to invoke phrases like “we’re all in this together” or “we stand united”…but let’s take a look at which organizational bodies are actually taking action with regards to the industries employing Electrical Apparatus readers, such as […]

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Breaker, Breaker

ELCBs see jump in demand; promise for future markets As the economic dust begins to settle, market reports are predicting a downturn in practically every arena one can think of. But ELCBs (Earth leakage circuit breakers) are already seeing a major jump in demand, and expected to skyrocket further. Why? An Earth-leakage circuit breaker (ELCB) […]

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Senate Approves $2 Trillion Stimulus Plan

Relief at last for millions of Americans, businesses; critics fear incentivized layoffs The U.S. Senate passed a record stimulus plan Tuesday (to be finalized with passage in the House on Friday) of over $2 trillion in relief funding to combat the coronavirus pandemic. The package is historic by numerical and political measures. In a dire situation, […]

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Just Another Perplexing General Electric Update…

The company is too large, too vital, to be quashed. But is it a “lame-duck” operation? For all GE employees out there, I would fully understand (and support) a work approach that involved not reading the news. Yours truly—and the entirety of the communications world—have reported on the GE saga ad nauseum for the last […]

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Transformation on Track

ABB’s 2019 results show a resilient, versatile company weathering the storm ABB has been through the storm, weathered the storm, at the eye of the storm…pick your meteorological phrase. Executive shuffle, repurposing of businesses and branches, mergers and acquisitions—all have occurred at the Swiss-based tech-industrial conglomerate during the chaotic decade that was the 2010s. Through […]

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Deere Congress

Tractor company’s quarterly report shows strain on agricultural sector Editor’s note: This article was published prior to the Trump administration’s Thursday announcement of a $16 billion aid package bill for farmers. Call it premonition! John Deere, the name synonymous with tractors and therefore all things farming, released its second quarter results and ensuing financial outlook […]

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5 Jobs You Can Get Without a College Degree

Power distribution, substation, elevator maintenance, power plant operation A CNBC report using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics compiled a list of the ten highest paying jobs you can get without a college degree in the United States right now. We break down half of those—which happen to occur in skilled sectors highly familiar […]

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Motor Repair Market

The latest report on the motor repair industry A new report from Dublin’s Research and Markets provides the latest breakdown of the motor repair and maintenance market, including the most profitable sectors, businesses, and valuation as of the close of 2018, while also projecting these variables for the next five years. The report, entitled Motor […]

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EPRI Grant

$6 million to train next generation of utility workers The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) has been selected to receive a $6 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) to train the next generation of electric utility workers. The award, the largest of 53 DOE workforce development grants, will […]

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GE: Flannery Out; Culp In

30-year GE man lasts merely one year in precarious top spot Welp, that was quick. John Flannery lasted merely one year at the helm of General Electric Co., replaced yesterday by H. Lawrence Culp, Jr., as the embattled company’s CEO. Culp is a GE board member and the former chief of the Danaher Corporation, a […]

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