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The Fastest-Growing Employment Areas for 2022

As experts predict the U.S. economy could be heading for a recession, the barometer closely watched is layoffs. It’s a topic that is top of mind today. Layoffs in the tech sector have led the charge, with over 42,000 workers in the U.S. tech market cut in 2022. There is still plenty of good news for the overall job market. Rachel Neill, with Carex Consulting Read more

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The Fastest-Growing Employment Areas for 2022
As experts predict the U.S. economy could be heading for a recession, the barometer closely watched is layoffs. It’s a topic that is top of mind today. Layoffs in the tech sector have led the Read more
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RoseWater Energy: The Next Generation of Energy: 10 Years of Cedia
 Population density and aging infrastructure are harming North America's power quality. One man’s problem is another man’s opportunity. In 2012, the RoseWater team set out to Read more
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The Possible Achilles’ Heel of EVs and Energy Storage
Takeaways Battery technology is progressing slowly and advances in lithium-metal are not yet commercially available Federal EV battery incentives pertain to countries with US free trade Read more
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Apple’s Car Is Beloved Before It Even Exists
(Bloomberg) -- If semiconductor shortages, recession risks and the once-a-century shift in propulsion weren’t enough to keep auto executives up at night, here’s one more sleep disruptor: Read more
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What The Inflation Reduction Act Means for Energy Production
On Tuesday, August 16th, 2022, President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law. The sweeping legislation includes approximately 750 billion dollars in spending to address rising Read more
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Oil Holds Gains With Signs Pointing to Tightening Global Market
(Bloomberg) -- Oil held gains as falling US stockpiles and the possibility of OPEC+ cutting output heighten the prospects of an increasingly tight market. Brent futures traded above $101 Read more

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Behind WorkJam's Mission to Improve Retention and Training in Retail
Behind WorkJam’s Mission to Improve Retention and Training in Retail
September 27, 2022
  Steve Kramer, CEO at WorkJam, is a twenty-year veteran in e-commerce. His specialty is finding the gaps in how organizations manage their frontlines. He founded WorkJam in 2014 as a digital Read more
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M&A Healthcare Advisors to Premiere Podcast Episode Live September 28th
September 27, 2022
On Wednesday, September 28th at 11 am CT, M&A Healthcare Advisors will host a live premiere of its second M&A Healthcare Insights podcast. The broadcast will feature hosts Mark Thomas and Andre Ulloa and Read more
Hire Education: A Commitment to Talent, a C-Suite Conversation
September 27, 2022
In the Catapult Solutions Group podcast, “Hire Education,” host Daniel Litwin talked with the company’s CEO, Patrick Burke, and its CFO, Alex Anderson, about the creation of the company and how Read more

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The Possible Achilles’ Heel of EVs and Energy Storage
September 9, 2022
Takeaways Battery technology is progressing slowly and advances in lithium-metal are not yet commercially available Federal EV battery incentives pertain to countries with US free trade Read more
Apple’s Car Is Beloved Before It Even Exists
(Bloomberg) -- If semiconductor shortages, recession risks and the once-a-century shift in Read more
What The Inflation Reduction Act Means for Energy Production
On Tuesday, August 16th, 2022, President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law. Read more
Oil Holds Gains With Signs Pointing to Tightening Global Market
(Bloomberg) -- Oil held gains as falling US stockpiles and the possibility of OPEC+ cutting Read more
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Oil Holds Gains With Signs Pointing to Tightening Global Market
August 25, 2022
(Bloomberg) -- Oil held gains as falling US stockpiles and the possibility of OPEC+ cutting output heighten the prospects of an increasingly tight market. Brent futures traded above $101 Read more
Electric Car Battery Bottlenecks Have a Way of Being Worked Out
(Bloomberg) -- Supply of battery materials was a key part of the recently passed climate Read more
Transformational Trends in Energy and Data
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s recent visit to Taipei, Taiwan, sparked Read more
Even With Biggest-Ever Climate Bill, US Lags China’s Green Spending
(Bloomberg) -- The historic US climate deal that has now passed both chambers of Congress Read more
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Even With Biggest-Ever Climate Bill, US Lags China’s Green Spending
August 15, 2022
(Bloomberg) -- The historic US climate deal that has now passed both chambers of Congress is being touted as one of the most ambitious decarbonization commitments made by any government to Read more
Complexity Clouds the Market as Gas Prices Decrease
Key Insights Hurricane Harvey knocked out 20% of US oil production. Gas prices have Read more
Winners and Losers in Democrats’ Signature Tax and Energy Bill
(Bloomberg) -- President Joe Biden and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer are Read more
The Impact of Energy Blackouts on Facility Management
They say that everything is bigger in Texas, which seems to include the Read more

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In this episode of E2B: Energy to Business, host Daniel Litwin speaks with Alex Epstein, New York Times best-selling author of “The Moral Case For Fossil Fuels” (2014) and “Fossil Read more
How Bitcoin Is Reshaping Texas’ Renewable Energy Landscape
Despite a recent cryptocurrency crash, the dedicated base of people who are proponents of Read more
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Trillium Flow Technologies is a global leader, manufacturing highly engineered valves and Read more
Petroleum Engineering: A World of Opportunity
A recent survey out of Texas Tech University found the number of new petroleum Read more
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Petroleum Engineering: A World of Opportunity
July 26, 2022
A recent survey out of Texas Tech University found the number of new petroleum engineering graduates in the U.S. is expected to decline substantially from the previous five years, despite Read more
Causes & Consequences Of High Diesel Prices
Key Insights: The rising cost of diesel is driving record-high inflation. Diesel plays Read more
Energy Management Done Right With Joe Piccirilli and Chris Matthews
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Understanding the Current and Future State of Renewable Energy with Dr. Thomas Schoepf
On a global level, we are seeing increased demand for renewable energy sources. In Read more
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On a global level, we are seeing increased demand for renewable energy sources. In this intriguing episode of Our Connected World, podcast host Tyler Kern sat down with Dr. Thomas Read more
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The pump industry’s popular standard for petroleum, the API 610, recently released its Read more
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  David Paradis, CEO of Trillium Flow Technologies, joined host Michelle Dawn Mooney to Read more

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MarketScale is committed to covering the stories and trends that impact B2B industries. In this month in review, we take a look back at a few of the stories that impacted Transportation and Read more
Why Fairness Opinions Are Needed In SPAC Transactions
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In 2021, Detmar Logistics was named one of Heavy Duty Trucking’s Top Ten Green Fleets. This distinction is a point of pride for Detmar, whose laser focus on sustainability is Read more
Women Breaking The Glass Ceiling In Energy
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The Fastest-Growing Employment Areas for 2022
September 20, 2022
As experts predict the U.S. economy could be heading for a recession, the barometer closely watched is layoffs. It’s a topic that is top of mind today. Layoffs in the tech sector have led the charge, with over 42,000 workers in the U.S. tech market cut in 2022. There is still plenty of good news for the overall job market. Rachel Neill, with Carex Consulting Read more
RoseWater Energy: The Next Generation of Energy: 10 Years of Cedia
September 17, 2022
 Population density and aging infrastructure are harming North America's power quality. One man’s problem is another man’s opportunity. In 2012, the RoseWater team set out to build a device that would guarantee perfect power. The highest quality, most complete residential and light commercial power management available. “At the beginning, we Read more
The Possible Achilles’ Heel of EVs and Energy Storage
September 9, 2022
Takeaways Battery technology is progressing slowly and advances in lithium-metal are not yet commercially available Federal EV battery incentives pertain to countries with US free trade agreements: Australia, Canada, and Chile Battery supply is constrained by metal mining and production is limited by complex and costly process technologies More Read more
Apple’s Car Is Beloved Before It Even Exists
September 2, 2022
(Bloomberg) -- If semiconductor shortages, recession risks and the once-a-century shift in propulsion weren’t enough to keep auto executives up at night, here’s one more sleep disruptor: Consumers are keen to buy an Apple car before one even exists. Strategic Vision just released the results of an annual study that this year reached 200,000 new-vehicle owners. Read more
What The Inflation Reduction Act Means for Energy Production
August 25, 2022
On Tuesday, August 16th, 2022, President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law. The sweeping legislation includes approximately 750 billion dollars in spending to address rising health care costs, tax reform, and green energy initiatives that will help reduce carbon emissions. However, not everyone is quite buying that it will do everything it Read more
Oil Holds Gains With Signs Pointing to Tightening Global Market
August 25, 2022
(Bloomberg) -- Oil held gains as falling US stockpiles and the possibility of OPEC+ cutting output heighten the prospects of an increasingly tight market. Brent futures traded above $101 barrel. There have been a deluge of bullish headlines recently, with Saudi Arabia suggesting that OPEC+ could intervene if prices drop too far. US inventories fell last Read more
Electric Car Battery Bottlenecks Have a Way of Being Worked Out
August 23, 2022
(Bloomberg) -- Supply of battery materials was a key part of the recently passed climate bill in the US, as the country looks to bring online more domestic refining and manufacturing in the coming decade. The electric-vehicle battery news cycle feels especially frenetic right now, with some groups predicting a decade of shortages for materials like Read more
The Future of Fossil Fuels with Best-Selling Author Alex Epstein
August 22, 2022
In this episode of E2B: Energy to Business, host Daniel Litwin speaks with Alex Epstein, New York Times best-selling author of “The Moral Case For Fossil Fuels” (2014) and “Fossil Future: Why Global Human Flourishing Requires More Oil, Coal, and Natural Gas--Not Less” (2022), and Founder of the Center for Industrial Progress, about the past, Read more
Transformational Trends in Energy and Data
August 19, 2022
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s recent visit to Taipei, Taiwan, sparked controversy when China issued warnings about consequences arising from her making the trip. What led to Speaker Pelosi’s visit in the first place is at the heart of two transformational trends taking place today: energy and data. What’s the connection? Half of the Read more