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Shaw Industries Hiring

Berkshire Hathaway’s Shaw Industries Group, Inc. (Shaw) will invest at least $40 million and hire more than 25 new associates in South Pittsburg, Tenn., to meet the growing demand for its Epic® engineered flooring product.

“Marion County could not be more pleased to see the commitment of additional capital investment and new jobs being created by Shaw in our county. We greatly appreciate the confidence the company has shown in our citizens and community by announcing this expansion in South Pittsburg,” said Marion County Mayor John Graham.

South Pittsburg Mayor Jane Dawkins noted, “We are excited about the growth of Shaw in our city and look forward to continued involvement with them as a good corporate partner. This expansion project is a confirmation of the company’s long term commitment to South Pittsburg, Marion County and the State of Tennessee.”

The expansion will add more than 60 percent capacity to the existing hardwood manufacturing facility. Construction is set to begin in late 2013 and is the latest in Shaw’s efforts to expand and enhance its hardwood manufacturing. Plant HW, which currently employees 200 associates, has already grown by 65 associates this year as a result of Shaw increasing the number of shifts it is operating at the facility.

“Tennessee has the best balance sheet in the country and the kind of business friendly environment where incumbent companies like Shaw Industries Group, Inc. can feel confident to reinvest and further their growth,” Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty said. “I want to thank Shaw Industries Group, Inc. for being a valued corporate citizen and appreciate these new jobs they will create for Tennesseans.”

The announcement represents the company’s continuous efforts to adapt to market demands and preferences. Shaw transformed this former yarn plant into one of the most sophisticated and technologically advanced hardwood flooring manufacturing facilities across Shaw’s entire portfolio – and the largest engineered flooring facility of its kind in the world. Additionally, in recent months, the company implemented $26 million in technology and automation to improve efficiency, cost, safety, material yield and waste reduction improvements at its hardwood facilities in Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina.

“The expansion of the South Pittsburg hardwood operation is an important component in our overall hardwood strategy. By investing in this plant and our other hardwood facilities, we are enhancing our ability to offer the widest product mix, the most innovative design, and the greatest quality and service to our customers,” said Shaw Chairman and CEO Vance Bell.

Since entering the hardwood flooring business in 2006, Shaw has become the second largest and fastest growing hardwood manufacturer in the market. 

 
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WASHINGTON (AP) -- The National Association of Realtors releases its pending home sales index this morning and Federal Reserve policymakers convene for their second and final day of a meeting to set interest rates. The Fed is expected to release a statement in the early afternoon.

Quarterly earnings reports continue, with Anthem, MasterCard and Goodyear announcing results before the market opens. Facebook and Whole Foods will report quarterly financial results after market close.

FEDERAL RESERVE

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Federal Reserve is moving toward raising interest rates from record lows -- just not likely yet.

When it ends its latest policy meeting today, Fed officials will issue a statement that will be parsed for clues to just when the first rate increase since 2006 might occur. But no news conference with Chairwoman Janet Yellen is scheduled.

Many economists foresee the first hike coming in September, but they don't expect this week's policy statement to clearly signal the timing. Yellen has stressed that the decision will be driven by the latest economic data.

Yellen has left little doubt that the Fed is preparing to raise short-term rates by year's end from the near-zero lows it set during the 2008 financial crisis. With the U.S. economy and job market now steadily rising, the need for ultra-low rates to stimulate growth is fading.

The economy still faces an array of threats, from subpar U.S. manufacturing and business investment to troubles in Europe and Asia.

Yellen has stressed that when the Fed begins to raise rates, it will do so gradually.

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The House is scheduled to vote today on a three-month highway spending bill. The measure includes nearly $3.4 billion to fill a budget hole for the Department of Veterans Affairs. The department claims that without the boost, it will have to close hospitals and clinics nationwide.

The money would come from the new Veterans Choice program that pays for private health care for veterans. The VA could use up to $500 million from the Choice program to cover costs of treating the deadly hepatitis C virus.

The VA has told Congress that it may close hospitals unless it receives flexibility to make up a $2.5 billion shortfall from a sharp increase in demand for health care. That includes expensive treatments for hepatitis C. A single pill used for the liver-wasting infection can cost $1,000.

The Choice program makes it easier for veterans to receive federally paid medical care from local doctors. Congress approved $10 billion over three years for the Choice program. It's one of several programs the VA uses to provide medical care for an estimated 9 million veterans enrolled in its health care system.

EXPORT-IMPORT BANK-5 THINGS

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Export-Import Bank will stay shuttered at least into the fall, when Congress returns from its annual August recess. The House did not include the bank in its highway bill.

The bank's charter expired at the end of June, but it continues to service more than $100 billion in outstanding loans and guarantees. The agency itself is funded through Sept. 30.

Supporters of the bank include the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the National Association of Manufacturers. They say it will be harder for U.S. companies to compete overseas if their competitors are supported by their governments and they aren't.

Opponents, however, argue the bank mostly helps big businesses. Among those who want to see the bank permanently shuttered include tea-party conservatives in the House, the Club for Growth, Heritage Action for America and the Koch brothers.

PUERTO RICO-ECONOMY

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) -- U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said yesterday that creating a path as soon as possible to allow Puerto Rico's government to file for bankruptcy would help the U.S. territory recover from its economic crisis.

Lew also stressed that no federal bailout is planned for Puerto Rico despite concerns its government might default on several upcoming payments as it struggles with $72 billion of public debt.

In a letter to the Senate Finance Committee chairman, Lew said Puerto Rico's fiscal situation is urgent and requires the immediate attention of Congress.

Lew said the federal government has a critical role to play in Puerto Rico's situation, including "a tested legal bankruptcy regime that enables Puerto Rico to manage its financial challenges in an orderly way."

Leading House Republicans have said they worry that allowing such access would not solve Puerto Rico's financial difficulties.

TWITTER-REVENUE GROWTH

NEW YORK (AP) -- Twitter failed to add users at a quick enough pace for investors in the second quarter even as revenue grew sharply, feeding concerns about whether it can ever become a mass-market service like Facebook or Google.

The beleaguered company is searching for a permanent CEO to replace Dick Costolo, who stepped down at the beginning of this month. Co-founder and chairman Jack Dorsey is serving as interim CEO.

Dorsey said yesterday that while the results show "good progress in monetization," the company is "not satisfied" with the growth of its audience.

On average, Twitter had 316 million monthly active users in the second quarter, up 15 percent year-over-year but up less than 3 percent from the first quarter of this year.

Twitter's finance chief, Anthony Noto, said in a conference call that the company doesn't expect to see "sustained, meaningful growth" of its user base until it reaches the mass market. He did not say when that would be, only that it would take a considerable amount of time.

SAVING GREEN CHILE

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- Green chiles, the signature crop of New Mexico, are in danger.

As this year's harvest begins, labor shortages, drought and foreign competition have hurt production in the state.

Farmers and producers say shrinking acreage set aside for the crop also highlights the need for changes in the industry that has helped define New Mexico for generations.

To rejuvenate production, investors and inventors are testing machines that would harvest and de-stem the crop.

The delicate chiles are now picked by hand, and problems with bruising and the removal of stems have made it difficult to make the change to machines.

Ed Ogaz, owner of chile wholesaler Seco Spice Co., prefers the old ways and believes farmers need more laborers to improve production.

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