The United States finally has recovered all of the jobs we lost in the Great Recession.
National lodging services company to expand headquarters, invest $5.5 million in the project and nearly double its workforce in the next four years.
Chiquita Brands represents Port of New Orleans’ biggest container shipping win with a project that will increase container volume by roughly 15 percent and create 270 to 350 new jobs in New Orleans.
In the Crowe Horwath LLP and Governing Institute study, government leaders revealed that the lack of modern technology and processes creates problems, such as uncoordinated strategies among departments and untracked or incorrectly tracked data.
Developers can maximize cost credits up to 40 percent for projects in Paterson, Passaic, Trenton and Camden.
Nello anticipates additional expansion of its corporate headquarters in downtown South Bend and expects the completion of the relocation to take place over the next year and a half.
International company expands to U.S. with new vehicle research and high tech manufacturing facility.
The North Star State has definitely seen the economic light, with achievements that read like a recipe rundown.
The company already employs workers across Texas and will add finance and contractual support service jobs to San Antonio’s workforce.
Japanese, European partnership to supply aluminum sheets to automotive manufacturers.