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At a ceremony in Convent, LA, ground was broken this week for the first phase of Nucor’s new $3.4-billion multiphase iron and steel manufacturing facility in St. James Parish, one of the largest industrial projects in Louisiana history. The Nucor project will result in more than 1,250 new direct jobs, averaging approximately $75,000 per year […]

Ground Broken for Nucor Steel Plant in Louisiana

Ground Broken for Nucor Steel Plant in Louisiana

At a ceremony in Convent, LA, ground was broken this week for the first phase of Nucor's new $3.4-billion multiphase iron and steel manufacturing...

Indiana EDC Supports Entrepreneur Network

The Indiana Economic Development Corp. has created a new program aimed at attracting new resources and increasing access to capital for Indiana...

Green Light Turns Yellow

Historians call the period from 1876 to 1905 the Second Industrial Revolution in America. Here's a quick rundown of the innovations that remade the...

Lockheed Martin Invests $26 million in Kentucky Facility

Gov. Steve Beshear has announced Lockheed Martin is reaffirming its commitment to Kentucky with a $26 million investment at Lexington’s Bluegrass Station.  The...

KBA Funds National Animal Health Center of Innovation

A new "high-speed lane" will be built along the Animal Health Corridor that spans Kansas and Missouri, thanks to a $1-million investment by the...

Native Americans Sue to Block U.S. Solar Projects

Native Americans are going to court to block the federal government from implementing plans to fast-track approval and construction of massive ...