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Made-in-the-USA Holiday Guide

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'™s small businesses.

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  1. How Accurate are ‘Made in America’ Labels?

    Consumer Reports Projects Editor Tod Marks on the rules for product labeling.

  2. Would You Pay More for the ‘Made in America’ Label?

    Prophet President Andrew Pierce on consumers’ willingness to pay more for products made in America.

  3. Chinese Take-Out Boxes -- Made in America

    FRESNO, Calif.-- It seems like everything is made in China these days, but there's one thing that's made in the USA that may surprise you: the iconic Chinese take-ou...

  4. Lenox’s history on Inauguration Day

    Timothy Carder on creating the official Inaugural gifts

  5. Small Business Center 1/9/2013

    Staying profitable in a struggling economy, clever solution to common problem and surviving the shark tank effect

  6. How to make your holiday wish list 'Made in America'

    Entrepreneur, Mark Donne, on how you can support U.S. manufacturing with his ‘diffr3nt’iPhone case

  7. Does going green help the Made in the USA label?

    Recycled products creates jobs

  8. Is Economic Uncertainty a Valid Concern or an Excuse?

    Paul Mitchell co-founder John Paul DeJoria on business concerns about the state of the economy.

  9. Staying true to 'Made in America'

    Jen Guarino on J.W. Hulme Co. and its remarkable recovery & dedication

  10. Dow Chemical CEO on Olympic Sponsorship, Economy

    Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris on the state of the global economy and the company’s sponsorship of the Olympics and innovative role in the Olympic stadium.

  11. New efforts to bring garment manufacturing back to America

    Owner & Designer, Amy Matto, on the value of bringing U.S. manufacturing back on its feet

  12. Growing Outrage Over Team USA Olympic Uniform Controversy

    Made in the USA Foundation founder Joel Joseph on the controversy over Team USA’s Olympic uniforms being made in China.

  1. Attracting more business investment to the U.S.

    K’NEX Brand CEO Michael Araten on efforts to make it easier for companies to invest and expand in the U.S.

  2. Made-in-America Company Finds Unlikely Success in Detroit

    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.

  3. Made-in-the-USA on Alpaca Farms

    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.

  4. Amtrak's New Trains Running on U.S. Small Businesses

    The first of Amtrak’s 70 high-tech new trains rolls off the assembly line – thanks in part to small businesses around the country.  

  5. Experts: E.U. Tax Hike Designed to Hurt U.S. Denim Manufacturers

    In late April, the European Union announced it would raise the import tariff on May 1 for women’s denim manufactured in the U.S. from 12% to 38%, a whopping 26-point increase.

  6. The Hottest Business Trends of 2013

    It's that time of year again. We round up the hottest trends that will be taking the business world by storm in 2013 — and offer up tips for how you can tap into these.

  7. Made-in-America Toy Companies Shine Bright at NYC Event

    Companies that manufacture in the United States are a big hit at the 2013 Toy Fair.

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