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Timothy Aeppel

How one Silicon Valley factory keeps running in the age of coronavirus

06 Apr 2020

April 5 The managers at Green Circuits — a small Silicon Valley electronics factory — thought they would have to close when the San Francisco Bay Area directed non-essential businesses to shut almost three weeks ago.

How one Silicon Valley factory keeps running in the age of coronavirus

05 Apr 2020

The managers at Green Circuits — a small Silicon Valley electronics factory — thought they would have to close when the San Francisco Bay Area directed non-essential businesses to shut almost three weeks ago.

To avoid a repeat of 2008, Main Street America says help needs to be fast

27 Mar 2020

Small businesses in the United States say promised help from the federal government and the Federal Reserve is welcome news in the battle to stay afloat through the coronavirus crisis, but needs to hit their bank accounts fast if it's to make a difference as they barter with landlords, hold onto tax receipts, haggle with vendors and hope furloughed staff can get by on unemployment aid.

ANALYSIS-To avoid a repeat of 2008, Main Street America says help needs to be fast

27 Mar 2020

Small businesses in the United States say promised help from the federal government and the Federal Reserve is welcome news in the battle to stay afloat through the coronavirus crisis, but needs to hit their bank accounts fast if it's to make a difference as they barter with landlords, hold onto tax receipts, haggle with vendors and hope furloughed staff can get by on unemployment aid.

U.S. manufacturers delay new goods due to coronavirus disruptions

18 Mar 2020

NEW YORK One early victim of the coronavirus at many U.S. manufacturers is their latest innovations.

U.S. manufacturers delay new goods due to coronavirus disruptions

18 Mar 2020

NEW YORK, March 18 One early victim of the coronavirus at many U.S. manufacturers is their latest innovations.

U.S. heavy equipment makers, hurt by tariffs, vow to make them top election theme

10 Mar 2020

America’s heavy equipment makers aim to make tariffs an election year issue after losing market share to imports of foreign goods as a result of the levies on inputs imposed by the Trump administration.

Rear-view mirror: U.S. hiring boomed in February but coronavirus risks job cuts in future

06 Mar 2020

CHICAGO/NEW YORK A Florida toymaker plans layoffs. A Wisconsin construction gear manufacturer has frozen hiring. And a California cosmetics company has idled some production, leaving 20 temporary workers with no paycheck.

Emerson CEO sees China coronavirus situation stabilizing

05 Mar 2020

March 4 Emerson Electric Co. said it expects sales at its vast China operations to take a painful hit in the first quarter as a result of the coronavirus, but that about half of that lost business will be made up later in the year as China scrambles to stimulate its economy, which will fuel demand for Emerson’s industrial equipment.

'Neutron Jack' Welch, who led GE's rapid expansion, dies at 84

03 Mar 2020

NEW YORK Jack Welch, who upended the business world in the 1980s and 1990s by transforming General Electric Co from a stolid maker of light bulbs and washing machines into the most valuable U.S. public company, has died at 84, GE said on Monday. | Video

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