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India

Timothy Aeppel

RV makers roll toward a V-shaped recovery amid COVID

21 Sep 2020

At least one American industry is rolling toward a V-shaped recovery.

RV makers roll toward a V-shaped recovery amid COVID

21 Sep 2020

Sept 21 At least one American industry is rolling toward a V-shaped recovery.

Carlyle buys disinfecting machine maker stake in COVID-19 bet

17 Sep 2020

Carlyle Group Inc will acquire a majority stake in sanitizing machine maker Victory Innovations, the private equity firm said on Wednesday, betting that cleanliness will remain a top priority long after a COVID-19 vaccine is available.

Work-from-home boom is a bust for big office furniture makers

18 Aug 2020

America's biggest office furniture manufacturers got the rug pulled out from under them by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pool sales skyrocket as consumers splash out on coronavirus cocoons

06 Aug 2020

BARCELONA/LOS ANGELES Locked down, hot and desperate for a dip? If you live in Indianapolis and fancy putting a pool in your back yard there's a three-week wait - but that's just for an appointment to order one for next year.

RV shipments surge as Americans opt to carry home with them to avoid airports, hotels

27 Jul 2020

Call it the turtle solution to wanderlust in the age of COVID-19.

Who you gonna call? Germbusters! Pandemic drives boom in spray machines

10 Jul 2020

STAMFORD, Connecticut Timothy Kane, CEO of Goodway Technologies Corp, has never been so popular. Making machines that spray disinfectant, once a niche business, is now an essential service - and the phone is ringing off the hook. | Video

Trade war? U.S. battle over kitchen cabinets really a domestic dispute

17 Jun 2020

The anti-China trade mood has reached U.S. kitchens, where a battle is being waged over competing visions of where and how cabinets should be made.

World News

Exclusive: China sharply expands mass labor program in Tibet

China is pushing growing numbers of Tibetan rural laborers off the land and into recently built military-style training centers where they are turned into factory workers, mirroring a program in the western Xinjiang region that rights groups have branded coercive labor.