Woodworking Industry: Taking a Closer Look
Written by Tod Riggio Monday, 15 February 2016 00:00
The wood industry has lobbied hard to extend a tax provision for new machinery and other capital improvement purchases. It’s become an annual ritual, usually decided with a one-year extension at the eleventh hour.
Written by Tod Riggio Monday, 18 January 2016 00:00
Last month, I tried to wax poetic about my preference for looking forward rather than backwards. Turns out that’s a ridiculous notion for a magazine editor in an anniversary year.
Written by Tod Riggio Monday, 14 December 2015 00:00
Looking back is so yesterday. Sure, it’s fun to reminisce and it’s prudent to learn from the past. But I’d rather live in the moment and be excited about the future.
Written by Tod Riggio Monday, 16 November 2015 00:00
On Oct. 6, Lumber Liquidators pleaded guilty to a felony violation of the Lacey Act and must pay $10 million as part of a U.S. Justice Department settlement. In addition, Lumber Liquidators will pay the federal government $3.2 million in lieu of forfeiture of the illegally sourced flooring in inventory and is on probation for five years.
Written by Tod Riggio Monday, 19 October 2015 00:00
Did you know the world has more than 3 trillion trees? No, I didn’t count them. But a new Yale University study did, using a combination of satellite imagery, forest inventories and supercomputer technologies to map tree populations worldwide at the square-kilometer level.
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