Weekly Wrap Up For October 11th, 2019

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Tom Cutler is CEO of T.R. Cutler Inc, a manufacturing journalist who is quite vocal that there are too many manufacturers and companies serving the manufacturing sector that have simply neglected to tell their story. Cutler’s goal is to tell these manufacturing stories in an interesting, dynamic, understandable, and relevant way, so he joins hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady in a discussion to help manufacturers tell their stories.


Manufacturing Day Events Continue With Help From The Manufacturing Institute

Manufacturing Day officially takes place on the first Friday of October, but the Manufacturing Institute, the education, and workforce arm of the National Association of Manufacturers are keeping the celebration going all month long. (Read More)


GM StrikeStrike at GM Delays Next Gen Corvette

Despite being nearly sold out, the new, mid-engine 2020 Chevrolet Corvette may not make it to showrooms as expected as UAW contract negotiations with GM grind on. (Read More)

 


737 MaxAmerican Airlines Pushes 737 MAX Flights Into January 2020

American Airlines is pushing back its schedule for flights of the 737 MAX through January 15th, 2020. The company announced this Wednesday (10/9/19) as it issued updated guidance for the third quarter of this year that shows improving profit margins. (Read More)

 


Women And Manufacturing

This week on The WAM Podcast’s edition of “Riveting Exchanges,” hosts, Andrea Olson and Desiree Grace, continue with their “Bad Boss” discussion. The ladies look at the four different types of “weak” personalities. Here, you’ll meet the four archetypal passive-aggressive bosses: Indecisive Ike, Steady Eddie, Insecure Ida, and Absentee Al.