An American manufacturing comeback
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A record number of manufacturing jobs are coming back to the U.S., a report says. Supply chain woes are part of the reason. Plus, how shipping issues are affecting a trio of small businesses.
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A shorter chain means less room for error and uncertainty. But that security comes with a higher price tag.
Supply chain problems remain an obstacle as demand picks up.
But remittances have actually fallen as the war has dragged on.
An Indiana delegation is on the island seeking to expand academic and business ties, in particular bringing semiconductor production to the states.
Young workers' sense of "wanting to untether my job from my identity" has grown in the past year, The Journal's Lindsay Ellis reports.
Last month a new European rule went into effect mandating speed limiters on new cars. Now New York city is trying out the devices.