Olivia Van Dyke, CEO of Film Logic Customs Brokers, talks about the unique challenges of shipping the things that make movie magic happen.
The bill includes language that would make most existing electric vehicle models ineligible for the tax credit that's intended to make them more affordable.
Supply chain issues, increased federal oversight and a looming strike by workers in its defense unit are affecting the company's ability to deliver orders.
Patrick Smith, CEO of Loftus Ranches, is fighting inflation as well. Some fertilizer materials have nearly doubled in a year or two, he says.
"Plus-size women make up more than half the market, and yet, plus-size clothes only make up 19% of all apparel on the market," says Elizabeth Segran, senior staff writer at Fast Company.
Claudia Smukler of Mother Jones explains the unique obstacles to producing a print magazine in this economy.
Sales of things like drill presses, electrical equipment and metalworking tools were up for the seventh-straight month in September.
Coin-operated gumball machines aren’t as common as they used to be. With sales slowly dwindling over the years and high domestic sugar prices, America’s sole remaining gumball maker has been branching out to stay afloat. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
For all the current disagreements on trade between the U.S. and China, there’s one thing that everyone agrees on. The world is producing too much steel. There’s overcapacity. So, why are we awash with steel? And what can be done about it? Click the audio player above to hear the full story.