Domestic manufacturing has grown for 23 months in a row and is poised for continued expansion.
By Jim Dieter, SIOR, executive VP – Industrial Brokerage, Cushman & Wakefield
The Volunteer State again tops the chart in Automotive Manufacturing Strength in Business Facilities’ 2011 State Rankings Report.
California still leads the pack in Business Facilities’ 2011 State Ranking for Biotechnology Strength, but Texas and Maryland are coming on strong.
A guide to assessing quality of life for target locations during site selection.
By Jeanette Goldsmith, principal, McCallum-Sweeney Consulting
Oregon, a wind and solar powerhouse, is the top-ranked Alternative Energy Industry leader in Business Facilities’ 2011 State Rankings Report.
Utah takes the Best Business Climate crown in Business Facilities’ 2011 State Rankings Report, edging out perennial leader Texas.
Virginia and Louisiana are the top-ranked states for Economic Growth Potential in Business Facilities’ 2011 Rankings Report.
The clean energy firm will invest $105 million to expand its Concord, NC plant, creating 250 jobs.
The debt ceiling circus would be funny if it weren’t so serious, so we’ve come up with our most serious solutions.
The state will receive $13.2 million in State Small Business Credit Initiative investment funds to expand high-growth businesses.