Posts Tagged ‘ Bloomberg ’

Fensterbau Makes a Sunny Spot for Windows Under Germany’s Economic Clouds

Mar 20th, 2024

If the saying is “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas,” the same isn’t true for Germany’s Fensterbau Frontale. Instead, what happens at the show often serves as a precursor for what will make its way to the U.S. This year, those trends include stronger, more thermally efficient window frames—some with extra clean weld lines, […]

More Energy-Efficient Incentives Are On the Way

May 24th, 2023

Bloomberg recently cited data from the National Energy Assistance Directors Association in reporting that 20 million U.S. households are behind on their energy bills. While those struggling to cover bills may not be in a position to afford costly energy upgrades, new efforts are now in place that could help to alleviate that burden. The […]

Machinery Operators Rank High Among America’s ‘Deadliest Jobs’

May 28th, 2015

In an age of OSHA standards and on-site injuries, “safety first” remains a priority. A new ranking, however, is shedding light on what jobs may be the least safe in the nation. In an interactive graphic titled “The Deadliest Jobs in America,” Bloomberg ranked 51 jobs according to their deadliness. The rankings were based on […]

More than 100 Sika Managers Sign Letter Opposing Saint-Gobain Deal

Feb 5th, 2015

More than 100 senior managers at Swiss specialty chemical company Sika AG signed a letter stating their opposition to French conglomerate Saint-Gobain’s bid to acquire controlling interest in the company, according to a report. The letter was sent to Saint-Gobain’s CEO. “A considerable number of key managers have already signaled that they would consider leaving […]