Archive for October 2nd, 2013

With no agreement on a spending bill in sight, the federal government shutdown — the first in nearly two decades — continues to take a toll on employees and economic output. Here’s a closer look at the thousands of workers affected by the shutdown.
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Though manufacturers think they’re doing a better job safeguarding data, cybersecurity breaches are increasing. So says a PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) study, which finds that “while organizations have made significant security improvements, they have not kept pace with today’s determined adversaries.”  Read more

Credit: Caterpillar Co.

Credit: Caterpillar

Remanufacturing is a term that has been getting used more and more in the industrial sector, and it has seeped into the business jargon so quickly that not everyone knows exactly what it is.

The simple definition: Converting the traditional process of manufacturing, in which parts are used and eventually disposed of, into one that reuses worn out or obsolete components to create a refurbished or “good-as-new” product. The advancement of technology over the years has allowed for remanufacturing to salvage and reuse old parts without compromising the quality of the remanufactured product.  Read more

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