This release came over the transom this morning. Some thought-provoking ideas on the economy and manufacturing's piece of the recovery. It's commentary from Dr. Chris Kuehl, Economic Analyst, Fabricators & Manufacturers Association, International.
Apparently things are quite sunny in Munich as well as Milwaukee. (FWIW, it's 46 deg F. and sunny there today.) But even if it had been raining buckets, I think the folks at Siemens would be smiling. This news came over the wires this morning:
It's been a lovely fall here in the Midwest. Lots of sunshine. And today the sun was shining just a bit brighter up the road in Milwaukee. This morning, Rockwell Automation released it's 2010 fourth-quarter earnings report, which gave CEO Keith Nosbusch and the rest of the Rockwell gang a...
Spent the morning on a couple of conference calls relating to Rockwell Automation’s release of its financials for the second quarter of its fiscal year 2010. The bottom line: Pretty good, all things considered—and way better than 2009.
The following news release popped up in my mailbox this morning, forwarded by Walt. (Hey, boss! You're supposed to be resting!) A bit of light at the end of the tunnel, in spite of yet another big financial institution meltdown.
Former editor in chief of Control, and now our VP of content, Keith Larson is in Suzhou, China, this week, attending industrial automation and embedded systems supplier Advantech's World Partner Conference. He's been Twittering (see @keithlarson) from the event.