Compliance with New Small Drone Rules is only One Aspect of Robust Risk Management Program for Commercial Drone Operations

On June 21, 2016, the Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) released the much-anticipated final rules for commercial use of small (under 55 pounds) unmanned aircraft systems (“sUAS” or “drones”). Compliance with the new rules is critical for commercial drone operations, but…

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Michigan Economic Development Corp. Aerospace

Ready for Takeoff: Michigan is Ripe Ground for Aerospace Investments

Michigan has been the global center for the automotive industry since motorized vehicles first began appearing on the road. And the network of suppliers and talent base has the potential to turn the state into a hotbed for another industry…

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Growth Support

State Investments Give Connecticut’s Manufacturers New Competitive Power

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Governor Terry McAuliffe

Global Virginia: An Exclusive Interview with Terry McAuliffe

If you didn’t know about everything Virginia offers business and industry, Gov. Terry McAuliffe is ready to turn your head around. From incentives to a low tax structure to a streamlined and successful workforce development program, Virginia, whose place in…

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Risks from Europe Mount, but U.S. Economic Recovery to Remain Resilient

U.S. economy to grow by 2.1% in 2012 and 2013; unemployment rate of 8.1% by end of 2012, 7.7% by end of 2013.

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ITA Group

Measuring Employee Engagement Programs to Prove ROI

Why correctly evaluating the effects of your engagement program is essential in realizing its true potential and actual value to your company.

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Foley and Lardner LLP

Top Legal Issues Facing Automotive Suppliers in 2016

In 2016, we see the potential for issues in the supply chain involving force majeure events, product recalls, volume fluctuations, and warranty exposure. It will be vital for suppliers to be proactive and prepared to address these issues and for…

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Georgia Centers of Innovation

Intelligent Growth: Georgia’s Environment of Innovation

Industrial innovation has always been a part of the U.S.’ identity as a nation, but in recent years certain states have distinguished themselves from the rest of the pack as the key players at the center of such, fostering progress…

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South Carolina

Strength in the Southeast

In South Carolina, the winds of industry have long been blowing. Beginning with the state’s integral role in the rise of the textile and tobacco industries in the southern region of the U.S. in the 19th and 20th centuries, the…

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JAXUSA Partnership

Heating Up: Jacksonville’s Growing Prosperity

When looking across the United States at regional areas that serve as major drivers of industrial growth and overall economic prosperity, the city of Jacksonville and its surrounding counties are often (unfairly) left off the list. While it has long…

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Manufacturing Day

National Spotlight: Manufacturing’s Big Day

Manufacturing Day this year was hailed as a significant victory for U.S. manufacturers and their efforts towards raising awareness about the modern state of manufacturing and its integral role in the nation’s past, present and future success.

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Manufacturing Day℠ 2015 Helps Change Perception of Industry

Eighty one percent of students surveyed are more convinced manufacturing provides careers that are both interesting and rewarding.

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