More articles by Tara Taffera

Glass and Glazing Companies Weigh in on Supreme Court Decision Regarding Vaccine Mandate

Some companies and organizations in the glass and fenestration industry may have breathed a collective sigh of relief yesterday when the Supreme Court ruled to block an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule mandating businesses with at least 100 … Continue reading

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Andersen Invests in Transparent Solar Technology Developer

Andersen Corp. announced a strategic investment in Ubiquitous Energy, a developer of photovoltaic technology that converts light into electricity using semiconductor materials while maintaining visible transparency. Jay Lund, chairman and CEO of Andersen Corporation calls it “revolutionary and represents a … Continue reading

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Experts Discuss Future of Supply Chain Landscape

With supply chain challenges not looking to end anytime soon, particularly as worker shortages continue, experts gathered online recently with some tips on how companies can find long-term solutions. However, labor isn’t the only issue. Robert Handfield, professor of supply … Continue reading

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Preventing Against Cyber Attacks: Are You Doing Enough?

“Most organizations don’t think about [cyber] security enough,” says Ted Harrington, executive partner, Independent Security Evaluators. “Maybe, companies think about it annually. You need to think about it more often than that.” This was part of Harrington’s session on protecting … Continue reading

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Construction Outlook: No Good News for Labor, Shift in Office Construction

Annual predictions surrounding overall construction activity always include a mix of good and bad news. Perhaps the institutional segment is strong, while office construction is stagnant. Often, economists would point to the future, even a year or two out, and … Continue reading

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