The robust jobs report for May was last week’s biggest business news, but boatbuilders and other makers of big-ticket items would be wise to take note of a jump in U.S. auto sales for the month and watch for signs of corresponding growth at other stores in the May retail sales report the government will…more
The marine industry is a global enterprise. Builders, dealers, marinas, equipment manufacturers and other businesses are found worldwide, and there are major boat shows on all continents.
Amsterdam RAI will organize the biennial ICOMIA World Marinas Conference for the second time in a row.
If economists surveyed by the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg and MarketWatch are gauging the economy correctly, the May employment report, due out Friday, will track another month of job gains topping 200,000.
Early bird registration is open for the 13th International Conference on Fast Sea Transportation, or FAST, which will take place Sept. 1-4 at the FHI 360 Conference Center in Washington, D.C.
The Rayglass Legend 2800 won the Boat of the Show: Overall Winner Award at the 2015 Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show.
Azimut Benetti Group launched Azimut Yachts Hong Kong in partnership with Thomas Woo.
The American consumer’s mood has been tough to read since the year started, but Tuesday’s rise in The Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence Index, coupled with a surge in sales of new single-family homes, suggests that the economy is starting to shake off the effects of a lethargic first quarter.
American-built boats are costing Canadians about 20 percent more than they did a few months ago because of a weakening Canadian dollar versus the strong U.S. dollar.
European boatbuilders have been focusing more and more on the U.S. market as their own economies remain challenged and the strong dollar creates a pricing advantage against their American counterparts.
The Active Interest Media Marine Group is holding its first Reader Rendezvous, set for June 29-July 7 at the Abaco Beach Resort in the Bahamas.