Insourcing

  • Apple To Bring Jobs Back To The U.S. -- And Treat Workers Better

    Apple To Bring Jobs Back To The U.S. -- And Treat Workers Better

    By Peter Svensson NEW YORK -- "Those jobs aren't coming back." That's what Steve Jobs reportedly told President Obama when asked at a dinner in early 2011 whether Apple would consider moving some of its manufacturing from China to the United States. Jobs' successor, CEO Tim Cook, might have another response... Continue Reading

  • Jobs That Won't Be Outsourced Anymore

    Jobs That Won't Be Outsourced Anymore

    Many U.S. workers at call centers have seen their jobs shipped overseas in recent years as companies sought cheap labor as a way to cut costs. Beyond lost jobs, the moves also resulted in complaints by consumers about having to deal with foreign-accented employees at call centers in far off places such as... Continue Reading

  • 8 Employers Buck Outsourcing Trend, Bring Jobs Back To America

    8 Employers Buck Outsourcing Trend, Bring Jobs Back To America

    For decades, Americans watched helplessly as U.S. businesses outsourced, shipping good-paying jobs overseas. But now, the trend seems to be at least slowing a bit, as some employers are heeding President Obama's call for "insourcing." Starbucks Coffee Co. is perhaps the latest example of a company bringing... Continue Reading

  • Obama To Promote Insourcing Of Jobs

    Obama To Promote Insourcing Of Jobs

    By Ken Thomas WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama is highlighting companies that have returned jobs to the U.S. and he says that's one more way of putting people back to work. The White House plans a forum Wednesday, called "Insourcing American Jobs," that will bring together business leaders who shifted... Continue Reading