Weekly Wrap Up For April 24th, 2020

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Dr. Daniel N. Watter a founding partner of the Morris Psychological Group, P.A., in Parsippany, New Jersey, who joins hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady to discuss the psychological effects of a pandemic on people, and how they cope with the fear of isolation, sickness and death.

Empire State ReportNew York Manufacturing Hits Record Low Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

The coronavirus (COVID-19) has been making its impact felt in the United States, with New York becoming the epicenter of American cases. Now, the impact of the virus, and measures taken to combat it, are being measured, and are worse than initially anticipated. (Read More)


China Exports fallChina’s March Exports Fall As Pandemic Goes Global

The COVID-19 is continuing to make its way around the globe after its outbreak in China late 2019-early 2020. However, while the country is over the peak of their infections, their economy is still struggling, as exports fell for the third month in a row. (Read More)


Treasury DepartmentAirlines and Treasury Dept. Reach Agreement Over Relief Funds

With the major airlines in the United States having been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, concerns have risen over the potential state of the industry. Most pressing were fears over how to keep thousands of their employees on the payroll. Now, an agreement with the Treasury Department is helping put those worries at ease. (Read More)

Have you ever tried to get through a day without using or coming into contact with a manufactured item? It’s pretty impossible! Manufacturing is such a big part of our day-to-day lives and we don’t always recognize that. Today’s guest on the WAM Podcast is Tanya DiSalvo, she’s the president of Criterion Tool, in Brookpark, Ohio. Criterion Tool is a female-owned, non-union, precision machine shop that strives for excellence in machining for the “No Failure” industries of Medical Device, Aerospace, Defense and Photonics.