Monthly Archives: June 2009
The embattled automaker's Warren tech center, along with facilities in New York and Germany, will spearhead the development of power units for electric vehicles.
Gov. Bredesen doesn't believe that General Motors will permanently abandon one of its newest plants, which the automaker is shutting down in November despite a recent $500-million retooling.
Gov. Steve Beshear's team has been outpacing the field with bold strides in economic development. From its traditional whiskey to advanced batteries and nanoneedles, Kentucky is racing ahead with an incredibly diverse blend of job-creating enterprises.
As the seventh largest city in the U.S., San Antonio offers a variety of reasons for businesses to consider expansion or relocation, including a thriving economy, reliable and affordable utilities, a qualified labor pool, a low cost of living and an excellent quality of life.
BF: Which U.S. areas would you identify as "LEED"ers in sustainable building?RF: Each region is different and has its own unique environmental priorities and needs....