February 4, 2013 Headlines: Demand for springs increases - a good sign for the manufacturing sector, and more...
Reuters: Foxconn pushes employees towards union participation, though analysts foresee little to no change.
NPR: Economic woes in the US and Europe may mean an US/EU trade agreement will become a reality.
Forbes: No side gets everything it wants in trade agreements, but that's okay.
Harvard Business Review: Lessons learned in a factory, applicable to all kinds of workplaces.
Hartford Courant: CT-based spring manufacturers seeing increased demand - a good sign for entire sector.
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