November 16, 2012 Headlines: Manufacturing shrinks, consumer confidence rises, another recall, and more...
Washington Post: U.S. Trade Represenative Ron Kirk will be stepping down.
Wall St. Journal: Manufacturing shrinks in Philadelphia and New York regions.
Bloomberg: Iconic American snack company shutting down.
Washington Post: Chinese-made infant bed recalled after death.
Reuters: China cracking down on iPhone smuggling rings.
Business Insider: An update on the American-manufacturing revival.
NBC4i: Ohio's state elected officials seek info from manufacturers to guide future policy decisions.
Bloomberg: Consumer confidence at highest in seven months.
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