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Optical Manufacturing in the US

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Reposted from Jeff Ferry’s blog: Thoughts on marketing, economics, & technology My article Global Optical Manufacturing Rebalances is now out in this month’s OPN Magazine. (The full report is here.) Global Optical Manufacturing Rebalances looks at the migration of virtually the whole of US optical component manufacture to Asia in…

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Obama Will Unveil $1-Billion National Manufacturing Innovation Network Initiative Based On Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute

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Reposted from Manufacturing and Technology News ***** Obama Will Unveil $1-Billion National Manufacturing Innovation Network Initiative Based On Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute Richard McCormack  |  February 28, 2012  |  Manufacturing and Technology News Tucked deep — very deep — within the Obama administration’s Fiscal Year 2013 budget submission to Congress is…

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Innovation and the Bell Labs Miracle

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Reposted from The New York Times ******** Innovation and the Bell Labs Miracle Jon Gertner | February 25, 2012 | New York Times “INNOVATION is what America has always been about,” President Obama remarked in his recent State of the Union address. It’s hard to disagree, isn’t it? We live…

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Obama Pushes Plan To Boost American Manufacturing

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Reposted from Wired.com ***** Obama Pushes Plan To Boost American Manufacturing Jason Paur  |  February 17, 2012  |  Wired.com EVERETT, Washington — President Obama, standing before a long line of 787 Dreamliners at the Boeing factory here, pushed a proposal to boost sales of American products by enhancing funding for…

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We need an Advanced Research Project Effort for the Manufacturing Sector

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Reposted from ECN Mag ***** We need an Advanced Research Project Effort for the Manufacturing Sector Jerry Rosenstein  |  February 15, 2011  |  ECN Mag (Please note, this article was published one year ago) Of all the economic components driving our financial system, the manufacturing sector is among the most…

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The Innovation Nation vs. the Warfare-Welfare State

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Reposted from The Atlantic ****** The Innovation Nation vs. the Warfare-Welfare State Alex Tabarrok | January 26, 2012 | The Atlantic   This is our national identity crisis in a nutshell: Do we want government spending half its money on redistribution and military, or re-dedicating itself to science, infrastructure, and…

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Apple makes good products but flawed arguments

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Reposted from Foreign Policy ***** Clyde Prestowitz | January 26, 2012 | Foreign Policy Apple makes good products but flawed arguments Several points in yesterday’s New York Times story on Apple and why the iPhone jobs are mostly not in America caught my attention, but none more so than the…

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HDTVs: Now Made in America

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Reposted from News10 ABC HDTVs: Now Made in America Barry White  |  January 7, 2012  |  News10 ABC TV owners can soon see the words “Made in America” on their television sets once again as Element Electronics has announced the grand opening and initial production of its new flat screen…

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A Shrinking Military Budget May Take Neighbors With It

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Reposted from The New York Times ****** A Shrinking Military Budget May Take Neighbors With It Binyamin Appelbaum | January 6, 2012 | The New York Times WASHINGTON — Military spending has transformed the faded farmlands of northern Virginia into a land of glass-block office parks, oversize homes and sleek…

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Beijing in the Drivers Seat?

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Reposted from The Wall Street Journal ***** Beijing in the Driver’s Seat? G.E. Anderson | January 5, 2012 | The Wall Street Journal (opinion) Some foreign businesses have complained over the past year or two that the business environment in China has become less friendly. And now it might appear…

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