Monthly Archives: July 2009
Mars Petcare US, Inc., has been approved for $971,660 in EEZ tax credits over a five-year period for the creation of 157 new jobs and new investment of $17.8 million.
The stamping facility will create 230 jobs as a Tier 1 supplier to VW's new assembly plant.
Kansas wins the first round in a legal fight with Texas over the $500-billion NBAF facility as judge rules the case was filed "prematurely" because the land deal has not been signed. Texas says it will re-file the complaint.
The Fab 2 facility in Malta, NY is expected to create 1,400 high-tech jobs in the Saratoga County region
Man Industries Ltd. has decided not to build a U.S. manufacturing facility in Little Rock, prompting the city to buy back the land set aside for the project.
In a partnership with Synthetic Genomics, the oil giant will create a biofuels test facility in San Diego.
Kentucky's SBIR-STTR program enables small businesses that have received federal grants for R&D to apply for matching state funds through July 31, 2009.
An algae-to-fuel pilot facility will be developed in Freeport, TX, with funding from the U.S. Department of Energy.
The ongoing economic downturn is putting every state to the test, intensifying the competition for a dwindling number of new projects and development initiatives. Our annual look at the top-ranked localities reveals those that are thriving as well as surviving.
Governor Edward Rendell is using creative initiatives and incentives to attract green energy companies and clean up brownfields, increasing investment and new jobs.
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