GE to hire 5,000 veterans over next 5 years and invest $580M to expand aviation business
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Bloodied, battered, but not yet down for the count, there are still pockets of US manufacturing scrappy enough to keep the lights on in the face of overseas competition.
"When inflation gets to the point where it's causing social unrest that's definitely something that grabs the attention of China's government."
Call centers are one thing. But jumbo jets?
C'mon, America -- we can't afford to keep doing this to ourselves...
Greer, SC is lookin' a lot like Bangalore right now.
Usually when a company chooses to outsource labor, they, you know, hire someone else in some other country? Not so in Japan!