Monthly Archives: October 2011
A divided state Legislature puts aside partisan bickering and comes together in a special one-day session to pass a much-needed job-creating measure.
The appliance giant's Fort Smith, AR plant will close by mid-2012 as part of a companywide consolidation that will reduce Whirlpool's global workforce by nearly 10 percent.
The California Supreme Court has set a Nov. 10 hearing on a lawsuit challenging the state's plan to eliminate redevelopment agencies if they do not submit a $1.7-billion budget payment.
The NJ governor's growth strategy targets six sectors, seeks to prevent "haphazard" sprawl in the state's dwindling rural areas and creates a new Garden State Fund to support development.
Drew Industries says Goshen and Middlebury have been chosen as the sites for an expansion of Indiana operations by its two subsidiaries.
The $300-million PrimeStar Solar thin-film manufacturing facility will open next year and employ 355 workers.
In addition to the new diagnostic facility, which will create 242 jobs, the company will invest $18.7 million in the NC Biotechnology Center.
The distribution center in Kernersville, NC can process up to 45,000 packages per hour at full capacity, employing 550 workers.
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