(Oct. 17, 2012) -- Cummins Inc. plans to trim its global workforce by 1,500 people by the end of the year, but research, technical and support employees in southern Indiana will likely dodge those reductions, writes The Republic.
(Oct. 17, 2012) -- Navistar International Corporation today announced John C. (Jack) Pope, Chairman of PFI Group, LLC, a financial management firm, has been appointed to the company's Board of Directors. He replaces David D. Harrison, who elected to retire after serving five years as a board member.
(Oct. 17, 2012) -- Yesterday, Flexsteel Industries, Inc. reported net sales of $91.2 million, a 12 percent increase for the first quarter. Residential net sales were $72.3 million in the current quarter, an increase of 16 percent. Commercial net sales were approximately $19 million in the current and prior year quarters.
(Oct. 16, 2012) -- Thor Industries, Inc. announced Monday that Christian G. Farman, Senior Vice President, Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer, has left the company to pursue other interests. Farman's resignation from Thor was effective Oct. 12, 2012.
(Oct. 16, 2012) -- Many cancer patients are forced to make long drives to get to their treatment, spending thousands of dollars in gas, but KNDO/KNDU describes how one under-utilized program in Washington's Tri-Cities is helping patients.
(Oct. 16, 2012) -- Travel Weekly reports the Obama administration is trying to draw more Latinos to U.S. national parks through the creation of a list of Latino heritage sites within the national park system.
(Oct. 16, 2012) -- "I had hoped that in attending the events and talking with RVers in campgrounds that I could gain some insights into the current state of RVing," he said. "What I learned is that RVing is as popular as ever, but the way we do it is changing."
(Oct. 16, 2012) -- The New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration has asked the Town of Meredith to begin levying property taxes on trailers in campgrounds in accordance with a state statute.
(Oct. 16, 2012) -- At least two Springfield suppliers have laid off workers as a result of Navistar International Corp.’s ongoing problems, writes the Springfield News Sun.
(Oct. 16, 2012) -- The Adirondack Park was subjected to a barrage of extreme outside influences over the past 12 months, some of which devastated small communities and public natural resources, while others brought unprecedented good news to park residents and visitors, the Adirondack Council noted in its 2012 State of the Park report.