Low Oil Prices Challenge US Manufacturers

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But at these prices, are consumers going to pay for these fuel-efficient models – and support the billions of dollars in R&D and manufacturing investments going on behind the scenes to pay for them? We already know the answer to this, of course, because consumers are quite predictable.

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After decades of pushing bachelor’s degrees, U.S. needs more…

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This has had the unintended consequence of helping flatten out or steadily erode the share of students taking vocational courses. They’ve tried cosmetic changes, such as rebranding “vocational” courses as “career and technical education,” but students and their families have yet to buy in, said Andrew Hanson, a senior research analyst with Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce.

Technology Merges with Automotive in New Era of Efficient…

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mpg by 2025. Instead, automotive designers should consider them as one of several options in an expanding design toolbox, according to Lux Research’s Anthony Schiavo, lead author of the report Building the Car of 2025: How to Cost-Effectively Get to 54.5 mpg by 2025, Schiavo said.

Special report: Automation puts jobs in peril

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Our entire business model blew up and we were hemorrhaging,” Greenblatt said. Although they only perform 10% of tasks in manufacturing today, they will perform 25% by 2025, according to a study by Boston Consulting Group. By Nathan Bomey, USA Today.