Sara Blakely is the youngest self-made female billionaire in the world.
Time travel is possible. A scent, a song, a meal at a restaurant can dredge up happy and sad memories of days gone by.
Most consumers are familiar with a sleek aluminum enclosure for their electronics.
In mid-September, Modern Metals’ staff attended the International Manufacturing Technology Show, held at McCormick Place in Chicago.
As I’ve noted in previous editorials, I grew up in North Carolina. In the fall, trees in the Tar Heel State turn glorious reds, oranges and yellows.
As a small business owner, I take great exception to President Obama’s recent public remark: “If you’ve got a business—you didn’t build it. Somebody else made that happen.”
The economy continues its uncertain trend into the summer months, following a first quarter that held a fair amount of pent-up optimism.
My dad could spend hours in a bookstore going up and down the aisles, browsing a variety of topics.
The bits of information that can be found with a simple Google search are endless.
Optimism is building in the metals industry.