In his annual State of the Industry presentation, the IEDC president details how economic development professionals adapted after the Recession.
By Jeff Finkle, President & CEO of IEDC
Upstate New York was selected as one of seven regions nationwide to participate in the new JumpStart America initiative, aimed at accelerating small business growth.
Apple responds to a global uproar over its labor practices by hiring a non-profit to inspect the factories in China that make its products.
The energy producer will expand capacity at its St. James Terminal to 11 million barrels, creating 301 new direct and indirect jobs in Southeast Louisiana.
Sky-high expectations that renewable energy would be the growth driver of a new economy are giving way to market-driven realities. From the January/February 2012 issue.
The medical device company, which pioneered applications using its therapeutic ultrasound platform, will invest $1.68 million in its Arizona operation.
The company is investing $27.5 million in its Chesterfield County operation, which produces bullet-resistant composites for the U.S. military and law enforcement.
The Japanese carmaker will invest $131 million in an upgrade of the Indiana facility, creating 400 new jobs by 2013.
The financial firm will move its HQ from New York, invest $4 million and create 95 jobs in Kentucky.
Utilities who make up the largest electric power system in the Palmetto State are offering a new, lower rate to facilitate industrial expansion.