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Middle Ground

News from multiple locations right down the spine of the U.S. While worldwide conglomerates General Electric and Siemens made national headlines this week for undesirable reasons that are likely to have sprawling international ripple effects, a handful of examples of less-heralded companies made valuable additions or significant moves to locations in the heart of the […]

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Sign It For Climate

UN’s Paris Climate Accord officially ratified; will commence Nov. 4 While concrete emissions regulations in the United States are moving at a snail’s pace, the global movement is nearing a checkpoint. On Wednesday, the threshold for entry into force of the Paris Agreement was achieved, when the number of committed nations reached 55. Now, 74 parties (representing almost 59% […]

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$12 Million and 170 New Jobs

Promise for Tennessee manufacturing Eurotranciatura, one of the largest producers of steel laminations for electrical equipment in Europe, is shoring up its American front. The company is investing $12.6 million in an expansion and improvements to its Paris, Tenn., facility expected to create more than 170 new jobs in the area. Eurotranciatura USA, the company […]

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