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Shaping the Workforce You Need: Lessons From a Manufacturing Innovator

How Shinola turned janitors, manicurists, and autoworkers into fine watchmakers.

What Does Running the VA Have to Do With Selling Soap?

From Procter & Gamble to one of government’s biggest bureaucracies.

New York fire department staff work after a ferry accident in 2013.

Federal Grants Bring New Cash to Local Emergency-Response Efforts

HHS announces $840 million in fiscal 2014 grants to state and community public-health programs.

Is Your Strategic Plan Stuck?

Maybe it’s time for a more creative approach.

Prisoners, Noncitizens and High Earners At Risk of Getting Obamacare Subsidies

Watchdog faults exchanges for weak controls on enrollee eligibility.

USPS to Shutter 82 More Processing Plants in 2015

Employees could be reassigned to new locations.

Foxx: Highway Cuts Coming Aug. 1 Unless Congress Acts

States will soon face a 28 percent cut in federal funding for repairs to roads and bridges, Transportation chief warns.

U.S. soccer fans react as they watch the telecast of the 2014 Brazil World Cup match between the United States and Germany.

Workers Are Taking World Cup Breaks, and We Have the Data to Prove It

Using conference calls as a proxy for productivity, the impact of a World Cup match on US business is clear.

President Barack Obama speaks to the media during a meeting with his cabinet members in the Cabinet Room of the White House.

Obama to Cabinet: I Expect Better Performance

President tells agency heads they’ve got room for improvement.