Chrysler’s decision to invest $1.8 billion in Motown’s last remaining auto plant pays huge dividends.
The fate of the nuclear power industry may hinge on projects in Georgia and South Carolina.
Three years after a $60-billion deficit threatened to sink the Golden State, state legislators are arguing over how to spend a surplus.
For startups and small businesses, understanding and finding financing is always an issue. This article from the president of the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association focuses on the current market and special benefits of equipment finance for startups and small businesses.
We’ve been keeping you posted on seismic changes in the economic development landscape for the past two years. An unexpectedly robust Rust Belt recovery and a swoon in parts of the Sun Belt have kept us busy tracking the movement of jobs. From the May/June 2013 issue.
The New York Aquarium has reopened after a $6-million repair and some harrowing days in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
A robot still working on Mars nearly a decade after it was supposed to conk out puts America’s crumbling infrastructure to shame.
President Obama is scrambling to fix a 2011 law, intended to prevent broadly defined patent infringement claims, that appears to have backfired.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry loves to talk the talk about economic development, while his record walks the walk.
Our expert says the new demographics for development mean the most viable way to create jobs may be to steal them from your competitors.