Tag Archives: IPC member companies

Court Issues Preliminary Injunction Halting DOL Overtime Rule

A federal judge on Tuesday blocked the Department of Labor final overtime rule that would double the minimum salary threshold for salaried employees, indefinitely postponing the December 1 effective date while he weighs challenges to the rule. IPC has been mobilizing our members on this issue for months; and we’ve collaborated with the Partnership to Protect Workplace Opportunity, a broad-based business coalition, in advocacy […]

Congressional Passage of ‘Tax Extenders’ Bill Is Great News for U.S. Electronics Manufacturers

IPC’s Persistent Advocacy Contributes to Bipartisan Victory IPC – Association Connecting Electronics Industries® today is applauding the U.S. Congress for enacting meaningful tax reform legislation, including making the research and development (R&D) tax credit permanent. The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act would revive more than 50 temporary tax provisions that expired in 2014, including […]

IMPACT 2015: IPC on Capitol Hill

John Mitchell, IPC president and CEO, extends a special invitation to IPC-member company executives to attend IMPACT 2015: IPC on Capitol Hill, April 29–30 in Washington, D.C.        

IPC Sets Webinar on Mid-Term Elections

The outcome of the 2014 mid-term elections will likely have a significant impact on business conditions over the next few years. It is important to factor the results of Tuesday’s voting into your strategic planning especially since our industry is heavily effected by legislative and regulatory initiatives Next week, IPC will provide valuable insight on […]

Picturing Rejuvenated Market Growth

For the past few years, IPC has been expanding its focus on printed electronics knowing that these additive processes are beginning to play a significant role in the future of substrates, among other areas. For many companies, printed electronics may be a way to rejuvenate market growth by entering a hot growth market. Take Kodak, […]