Yearly Archives: 2010

Energy Innovation Hub Set for Philadelphia Navy Yard

Pennsylvania State University researchers will receive $129 million over the next five years from several federal sources, including the Department of ...

VW Chooses Mexico for $550M Engine Plant

Volkswagen announced that it will invest nearly $550 million in the first stage of construction of a new motor plant in Silao,...

GM Investing $483 Million in TN Engine Plant

General Motors Co.  is investing $483 million in the development of its current and next-generation Ecotec four-cylinder engines at its Spring Hill,...

Coca-Cola Expands in New Jersey

Coca-Cola Enterprises will soon break ground on a new facility in South Brunswick, NJ while expanding operations at its Carlstadt plant. "Coca-Cola is a world-class,...

Tech Companies Expand Central IN Ops

Two technology companies have announced plans to expand their central Indiana operations and potentially add about 310 jobs in the coming ...

Baltek Relocates to High Point, NC

Materials manufacturer Baltek Inc. will invest $3.5 million and bring 68 jobs to High Point over the next three years, Gov. Bev Perdue...

Nucor Plans $4.3-Billion Steel Plant in LA

Nucor Corp., the nation's largest steelmaker plans to build a multi-phased $3.4 billion iron and steel production complex in Convent, LA that that eventually...

Developers Named for Lake Erie Wind Farm

Lake Erie Energy Development Corporation (LEEDCo) announced today that it has selected a team of three companies to develop an offshore wind farm on...

Dialing Up in D.C.

This week comes news from Chattanooga that the mid-sized Tennessee city is preparing to activate the fastest broadband service in the world. That’s 1...

Chattanooga Aims to Win Digital Dash

EPB, a city-owned utility, is expected to announce an initiative that will make Chattanooga, TN one of the world's leading cities in digital...

Decision Delayed on SSA Data Center Site

More than $500 million in stimulus funding has been earmarked for a new data center for the Social Security Administration, but the project...

CA OKs $1.25-Billion Mojave Solar Project

California energy officials have approved the first large-scale solar project in San Bernardino or Riverside counties since the state adopted mandates to...

Navistar HQ to Remain in Illinois

Illinois Governor Pat Quinn has announced that Navistar International Corporation will keep its headquarters in Illinois and is moving forward with...

Iowa Gov Wants to End Film, TV Tax Credit

Governor Chet Culver says once the existing state commitments are met, the state tax credit program for film and TV productions in...

SAATI Brings Composites Operation to Upstate SC

The South Carolina Department of Commerce and Greenville Area Development Corporation have announced that SAATI Americas Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of...

Whirlpool Investing $120 Million in New TN Plant

Whirlpool Corp. has decided to invest $120 million in a new premium cooking appliances factory in Cleveland, TN, according to a report in...

Logical Solutions for the Logistics Industry

As the economy slowly rebounds, businesses will need to restructure their distribution networks to maximize efficiency and minimize miles to capitalize on the recovery when it occurs.

Indiana Corporate Moves

Cummins to Expand Seymour Engine Plant Executives from Cummins Inc. joined recently with Lt. Governor Becky Skillman to announce the company will expand its High-Horsepower...

The Rise of the Aerotropolis

The Race to Plan the “Ultimate City” Starts at the Airport

Utah: Moving to the Head of the Class

Gov. Gary Herbert is busy cultivating an economic “garden” in the Beehive State, planting a culture of enhanced entrepreneurship in fertile soil for business expansions yielding a bountiful crop of homegrown jobs.