This year, FOX Business is spotlighting American-made goods for everyone on your gift list. From items under $50 for grandpa, to baby toys under $10, you can find it all made in the U.S. Most items highlighted are manufactured by small businesses; in the last 17 years, small businesses have generated 65% of all new jobs in the U.S., according to the Small Business Administration. Lipscomb says buying American most always means supporting our nation'Âs small businesses.
Brunswick Corp. CEO Dusty McCoy on the company’s expansion overseas.
KeepAmerica CEO David Seliktar urges consumers to buy American-made goods.
The Alpaca industry is new to the U.S., and one New England farmer says the growing industry is good news for people looking for American-grown and American-made products from their local farms.
Made in USA Certified President Julie Reiser on the importance of buying products manufactured here at home
What does it say about direction of country?
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Jeff Flock on industrial manufacturer Klein Tools, which is investing in new tools.
Keep America encourages domestic purchasing
Dr. Leonard Sax speaks out
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk on taking a trip in a Tesla Model S and expanding the market for the automaker.
FBN’s Jo Ling Kent on Wal-Mart’s $50-billion pledge announcement.
Mashable Senior Editor Pete Pachal and Columbia School of Law Professor Scott Hemphill on the Administration vetoing the ITC’s ban on certain Apple products.
Patriotic products for your family
Debating Ralph Lauren's design
Trace Gallagher rates the online reaction
MarketWatch Editor Jonathan Burton on the outlook for manufacturing in America.
Fort Pitt Capital Group V.P. Kim Forrest and Trading Advantage senior market analyst Alan Knuckman on Alcoa’s fourth-quarter results and outlook.
Recently re-launched made-in-the-USA watch-maker Shinola has grown to 200 employees in just two years, in money-troubled Detroit of all places.