I’m pleased to report that November so far has seen lots of RealityChek and related material cited in the media. Here’s a rundown:
>Today, CNNMoney’s Heather Long quoted me on the headwinds still facing the domestic manufacturing sector. Her report so far has been re-posted by Madison, Wisconsin’s WISC-TV, and by the Hartford, Conn. Business Journal.
>On November 11, Simon Constable’s Ozy.com post featured my views on why President Obama’s new Pacific Rim trade deal was bound to benefit Japan much more than the United States.
>On November 9, Clare Goldsberry’s post for Plastics Today spotlighted my finding that domestic manufacturing was (to that point) stuck in a recession, along with other signs of industry weakness.
>On November 6, IndustryWeek reported my RealityChek post on the jobs recession manufacturing is still suffering. And yesterday, this point was picked up on the Jewish business-oriented site Jewocity.com.
>On November 4, Bloomberg’s Peter Coy covered my finding that September’s U.S. manufacturing and China goods trade deficits had hit new monthly records (the bad kind).
Keep checking in with RealityChek for new reports on such media appearances!