Wisconsin Is Fighting to Renegotiate Its Foxconn Deal
Foxconn’s controversial plant in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin has faced resistance from the beginning. Now, Governor Evers is calling on the tech-manufacturing company to renegotiate.
Detroit’s Economic Development Is the Comeback America's Been Waiting For
The Motor City is the starting point for more inclusive and sustainable neighborhood development in post-industrial US cities.
France is Transforming Old Manufacturing Towns Into Eco-Friendly Cities
After decades of industrial decline, France's northern rust belt took drastic measures to lead the country's economic and sustainable innovation.
99 American Artists Display Their Dollar Store Dreams in Detroit
Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit’s new exhibition about the dollar store holds value in the Motor City.
Copies of Copies: The Surprisingly Complicated Process of Making a CD
It takes a whole lot of steps to get an optical disc ready for your CD Walkman—yet it has a surprising amount in common with pressing a record.
The Robots Are Coming
A French Presidential Candidate Wants to Tax Robots to Save Human Workers
French Socialist Party candidate Benoit Hamon believes a tax on robots can offset human workers' lost wealth to automation.
Here’s Your Chance To Understand 3-D Printing Once and For All
A full look at the societal impact—from medical to creative to economic—of 3D-printing technology.
Why an ‘Assembled in America’ iPhone Won’t Bring Back Skilled Manufacturing Jobs
It’s going to take a lot more than a trade war with China to stop forces like automation from transforming manufacturing.
Robots Will Take Two-Thirds of All Jobs In the Developing World, UN Says
She who has the most robots wins.
This Keg Factory Wants to Make America Beer Again
As the only manufacturer of stainless steel beer kegs in the country, American Keg is bringing keg-making back to the US while providing jobs for one of the lowest-income cities in Pennsylvania.
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The VICE Morning Bulletin
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8Bit Just Became the First Vaping Company to Fold Because of New Regulations
8BitVape, a popular UK custom e-liquid manufacturer, announced it will be shutting down in the face of strict regulations.