WASHINGTON NEWS – It's a exceptional bright dot in an otherwise troubled economy: The nation's Industrialized sector has now full-grown for a solid year, and more of its corporation say they're ready to employ.

Chip creator Texas instrument says its commerce has improved to pre-recession levels. Intel, which makes semiconductors, placement its best quarterly profit in a decade. And chemical giant DuPont says its sales volume is up and recently raised its prices.

The institution for Supply Management said Monday its manufacturing index slipped in July, to 55.5 from 56.2 in June. But it was the 12th straight month of readings above 50, which indicates expansion. At the depths of the recession, the index was closer to 30.

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