August 23, 2013 Headlines: Small order success in the U.S., Walmart's manufacturing summit, and more.

Posted by LRaup on 08/23/2013

CNBC: A U.S. manufacturing rebound requires fewer rules from Washington.

Forbes: Greg Fisher claims small orders are not ideal for U.S. manufacturers. 

MSNBC: Walmart held a two day summit in Florida to brainstorm how to drive investment in U.S. Manufacturing.

 

 

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