July, 2012 Archives
The Lone Star State doubles down on its business-friendly tradition, exceeding pre-Recession employment levels faster than any state in the nation.
For the third consecutive year, the Volunteer State has topped our annual assessment of Automotive Manufacturing Strength, followed by a fast-rising Kentucky.
The producer of tubular steel for the oil and gas industries will invest $50 million in a new facility in the Tecumseh Business Park near Buffalo.
Intercontinental Regional Center Trust, the developer, says the Chicago project will create 5,000 jobs with an overall economic impact of $2.6 billion.
By Dr.Jeffrey Liker, professor of industrial and operations engineering, University of Michigan
The U.S. Olympic Committee gets an early gold medal for outsourcing.
The national retailer will invest $50 million in the new logistics facility in Bethel Township, creating 500 jobs.
Rocket Crafters will invest $72 million in a new 400,000-square-foot facility at the Space Coast Regional Airport.
Gov. Beshear’s recent trade mission to Japan yields quick results as the manufacturer joins more than 150 other Japanese-owned facilities in the Bluegrass State.
The luxury retailer will lease space at CenterPoint Commerce and Trade Park East, spending more than $12 million and creating 150 new jobs.