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Industrial Production

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  • Louis Borick dies at 87; Superior Industries International founder

    Louis Borick dies at 87; Superior Industries International founder
    Louis Borick, the founder and longtime chairman of Van Nuys-headquartered Superior Industries International, one of the world's largest manufacturers of aluminum wheels for the automotive industry, has died. He was 87. Borick died of natural causes...
  • Industrial production shows gains in September

     
    September industrial production: U.S. industrial production increased 0.2% in September after remaining unchanged in August....
  • Fake government-document operation broken up, officials say

     
    Federal and local authorities on Thursday arrested 21 people and searched 17 homes and businesses in connection with a group that allegedly sold machines to manufacture fraudulent government cards....
  • Unemployment drops in regions with growing manufacturing

     
    High unemployment still plagues much of the country, but regions such as Ohio and Michigan are actually seeing impressive job gains as manufacturing activity picks up, especially in the auto industry. Those gains may be reversed in upcoming months,...
  • Post-recession, starting over in a Costa Mesa garden

     
    For structural steel salesman Andrew Stoneman and vintage-textile consultant Laura Haskell, a 1960s Costa Mesa house is more than an expression of their design savvy. It's also inspiration for their line of Midcentury-inspired outdoor furniture and...
  • The green jobs debate: A boon or a bust for the economy?

     
    Are green jobs worth it? Are green jobs a reality, or are they a con jobs? Here are some differing opinions....
  • Housing, industrial production data give conflicting signals

     
    Economists had been waiting for a series of data releases Tuesday for an indication of where the direction the economy was headed. But so far the numbers have been mixed. July housing starts were at a seasonally adjusted rate of......
  • Durable goods orders fall in August, but some signs are positive

     
    There was a mix of good and bad in the monthly durable goods report issued by the Department of Commerce. First the bad: new orders for manufactured durable goods decreased in August by $0.2 billion, or 0.1%, to $201.8 billion. Although small, the dip was...
  • President Obama tips his hand on Boeing and the NLRB

     
    Business groups and their allies in Washington have been trying for weeks to get President Obama to denounce the complaint that the National Labor Relations Board brought against Boeing, to no avail. A reporter put the question to Obama directly......
  • 861 days and $787 billion in, Obama pleads for more time on jobs

     
    Democrat Obama tells Iowa it will take more time to create the new jobs that were supposed to be here now....
  • L.A. County keeps rank as top U.S. manufacturing employer

     
    Manufacturing jobs in Los Angeles County have continued to decline in recent years, as they have nationwide, yet the county retains its ranking as the leading U.S. manufacturing center, a new report says. L.A. County had 389,300 people employed in......