May 23, 2013 Headlines: Gains in the job market, small businesses manufacturing in the U.S.A., and more.
Bloomberg: A continued drop in U.S. jobless applications is a sign of a stabilizing job market.
The Hill: Michael Froman takes over as the lead free trade negotiator for the U.S.
New York Times: While Ford is thriving at home in the United States, they are shutting down an Australian operation.
New York Times: As the U.S. becomes sustainable upon home grown resources, the global economy will see a massive shift.
Reuters: Congress is poised to take action on U.S. trade.
Wall Street Journal: U.S. is granted the approval of a Sprint board member responsible for upholding network security.
Washington Post: High shipping costs have caused small businesses to start reshoring and manufacturing in the U.S.
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