Craig Guillot

Craig Guillot
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Craig Guillot is a business writer based in New Orleans, La. His work has appeared in Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur, CNNMoney.com and CNBC.com. You can read more about his work at www.craigdguillot.com.

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Manufacturers Consider The Impacts Of NAFTA Negotiations

NAFTA negotiations could stretch into 2019. However, there could be a bumpy road ahead with "tit-for-tat" tariffs that could impact both foreign and domestic manufacturers along the way.

Urban Areas In The Southwest Are Picking Up Speed

The Southwest continues to grow as a hub for tech, finance and data centers, attracting companies with a business-friendly environment, high quality of life and relatively low cost of living.

Manufacturing And Innovation Are Thriving In The Nation’s Heartland

In this Midwest Regional Report, we look at how the region is thriving and helping businesses excel and grow.
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