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The Corporate Transparency Act, which went into effect January 1, 2024, requires “reporting companies” in the U.S. to disclose information regarding...

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The U.S. Department of Labor announced Tuesday a final rule revising its interpretation of the Fair Labor Standards Act’s classification provision...

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The year-over-year (YOY) growth rate for residential building worker wages decelerated to 0.6% in June 2023.

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Due to tightened monetary policy, the count of total job openings for the economy continues to move lower.

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SBCA is pleased to introduce its new technical director, Greg Greenlee, P. E. Greg is a registered professional engineer with over 29 years of...

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As a component manufacturing (CM) employer, remaining competitive with other employers in your market is a very difficult task.

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A-1 Global Holdings, Inc., a leading manufacturer of pre-engineered building components, today announced the retirement of Michael "Mike" Ruede from...

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Kodiak Building Partners, an established building materials distribution company, announced that it acquired Gross-Yowell, a market leader in the...

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NAHB analysis of Census data shows that private residential construction spending rose 1.1% in November, after an increase of 2% in October.

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In some ways, 2023 was the year of the homebuilder. There wasn’t much competition from existing homeowners, according to a report from Yahoo Finance.

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NAHB and a coalition of energy, grid and builder associations have worked with Senate leaders to include an additional $1.2 billion in a spending...

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While it may seem obvious to some in the industry, it’s important to highlight the fact that component manufacturers (CMs) do not simply purchase...

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