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Happy Monday. And, for those of you who were away breaking your Spring (or staying burning vacation him to stay home watching small children and answer ISU email), welcome back. Here’s our best attempt at reassembling what you might have missed:
Happy wonderful weather Friday. Staffing meetings kept us away from the computer yesterday, but that turns out to be a good thing for you. Here are our nominations for the best industry-related things to read today while you’re sitting outside under a tree:
Happy Tuesday. As part of our continuing effort to make sense of things for you, we’re trying to consolidate some of the CIRAS Digest information. We’re going to take a stab at posting on fewer days but with more information. Let us know how it works. For today, at least, there doesn’t seem to be any shortage:
Happy Friday. We’ve got a little bit of everything today – from the unimportant to the stuff that won’t be important for quite a while. Read this, and you’ll know the difference:
Happy Thursday. Slim pickings today, but we’ve got some ISU news, some legislature news and some iPad news. Here it is:
Happy Almost-over Wednesday. Not much out there today except odds and ends – making this the perfect day to test whether late afternoon is actually easier for catch-up reading. Tell us what you prefer. Now, here’s the stuff for the catching up:
Happy Tuesday. Another wave of numbers today, plus factory workers and farm machinery. Here’s where to find it:
Happy Monday. And Happy March. A new month means new numbers – and a whole lot of mental gymnastics to sort out what they mean. Let’s get to it:
Iowa machinery manufacturers have seen their share of U.S. machinery exports more than double since 2000, according to a CIRAS analysis of U.S. industry statistics. Now, manufacturers need to figure out how to build on that gain. A CIRAS analysis, completed by Iowa State University economist Liesl Eathington for an April 2 summit on the state of machinery production in Iowa, shows that Iowans have a competitive advantage over the rest of the nation—especially when it comes to making agricultural and construction equipment.