The maker of Jack Daniel's whiskey will open a new oak-barrel plant near Decatur, creating 200 jobs.
The high-security facility, including specialized environmental and fire suppression systems, will service healthcare organizations and government agencies.
The tire giant will invest $74 million in the Iowa facility, which employs 1,700.
MEDC says the Michigan Strategic Fund has approved a $900,000 Michigan Business Development Program incentive for the expansion, which will create 90 jobs.
Airbus is putting its North American manufacturing hub in Mobile. We asked AL DOC chief Greg Canfield about the impact on the state’s growing aerospace industry. From the May/June 2012 issue
The lime and limestone products manufacturer will create 25 new jobs to help meet production demands.
Astellas will add 150 high-tech, high paying jobs at its new headquarters in Glenview.
Northeast Ohio, a traditional leader in manufacturing, is quickly transitioning to the 21st century knowledge economy. A key advantage is access to markets—the region is within a 500-mile radius of 41 percent of all U.S. households. From the May/June 2012 issue
Several major automotive initiatives are keeping jobs rolling into the Mountain State. From the May/June 2012 issue
A skilled workforce is a key requirement for developers. Locations are deploying new strategies that strive to avoid a mismatch between available skills and project needs. From the May/June 2012 issue.
The oil giant plans to use natural gas from U.S. shale deposits to produce ethylene for plastics at the new facility, expected to come online in 2016 at its Baytown, TX complex.
Gov. Gary Herbert is well on the way to hitting his target of 100,000 jobs in 1,000 days, unveiling several new high-wage projects in growth sectors. From the May/June 2012 issue
The online retail giant is expected to seek tax incentives for the two logistics facilities, which are expected to create 1,500 jobs in the Garden State.
Clean energy servers known as "Bloom Boxes" will be produced on a 272-acre site formerly occupied by a Chrysler assembly plant and now owned by the University of Delaware.
From the snow-capped Rockies of Wyoming to the scenic vistas of the Tennessee Valley, new data centers are popping up across the landscape as a hot growth sector continues to expand. From the May/June 2012 issue