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| January 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

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Governor Scott Walker is quite controversial in the States

Governor Walker announces 600 jobs coming to Superior

MADISON – Governor Scott Walker today announced that Kestrel Aircraft Corporation will establish its manufacturing and headquarters in Superior, creating up to 600 new jobs.

OpenJaw to create 45 new jobs via €3.3m R&D investment

Online travel technology company OpenJaw is to create 45 new jobs in Dublin and Galway as part of an Enterprise Ireland-supported €3.3m R&D investment.

Berlin Loses Aircraft Parts Jobs To Wisconsin

Last year a new start-up company called Kestrel Aircraft said it was considering building parts in Berlin.

Aviation consultant predicts losses for Peotone airport project

PEOTONE, Ill. — A Colorado aviation consultant is predicting a proposed airport in the far southern Chicago suburb of Peotone could end up losing money.

Airbus deal helps Strata mine $1bn seam of aerospace work

Strata, Mubadala Aerospace’s manufacturing unit, has won an Airbus package that means the Al Ain facility has secured work worth more than US$1 billion (Dh3.67bn) in its first 18 months.

$71m plan closer

THE aviation industry is on the verge of injecting $71 million and 1400 jobs into the region.

Florida aims to draw unmanned aircraft industry

OKALOOSA ISLAND — The president and CEO of Enterprise Florida, the agency responsible for attracting new businesses, says Florida lags behind other states but is catching up.

Job fair Tuesday will feature about 50 local and out-of-state employers

About 50 out-of-state and local employers are expected to set up booths Tuesday at the Career Quest Professional Job Fair at the Wichita Marriot.

Officials optimistic despite Sikorsky layoffs

The announcement of more than 100 layoffs at Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation is another blow to the economic outlook for the Southern Tier. But officials say this is just a lull for the company. And job opportunities at Sikorsky will become available by next year. Our Lara Greenberg has more on what these layoffs actually mean.

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