April, 2011 Archives
All along the East Coast and in the Gulf of Mexico, major U.S. ports are scrambling to be the go-to destination for shipping traffic from an expanded Panama Canal.
A report prepared by the Los Angeles County Economic
Development Corp. (LAEDC) puts Southern California at the top of U.S.
manufacturing hubs, employing 389,300 workers.
Memphis, TN, the original Aerotropolis (according to the professor who coined the term), is hosting the global 2011 Airport Cities Conference & Exhibition, held last year in Beijing.
The Empire State boasts a global financial center, the nation’s most advanced high-tech hub and a bevy of business-friendly, scenic locations that offer an unsurpassed quality of life and easy access to a skilled workforce.
Illinois boasts a $590-billion economy, the fifth largest in the nation, and a talented workforce that numbers more than six million.
Texas continues to outperform the rest of the nation in job creation, creating more jobs in 2010 than any other state and achieving job growth nearly double that of other top 10 states.
In a challenging economic environment, an efficient logistics and distribution network is moving to the top of the list of requirements for business growth and expansion.
Home healthcare products—including therapeutic devices, monitors, sensors and telemetry devices—are expected to be one of the fastest-growing segments of the medical device industry.
In the wake of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, everyone is taking a closer look at risk assessment. The Expert tells you how to assess your project’s exposure.