Former regional FEMA director kicked off LiveXchange conference program packed with expert advice on site selection and economic development.
A new survey says 60 percent of Americans would welcome driverless cars on U.S. roads.
Two years after the meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power complex in Japan, the long-term impact of the catastrophe continues to grow.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett wins top honors as BIO’s 2013 Governor of the Year.
As the global financial system continues to mend, venture capital is beginning to flow back into the biotechnology sector. In Europe, the largest biomed players are thriving, while entrepreneurial biotech start-ups gain traction in the U.S. From the March/April 2013 issue.
The Sacramento Kings had a lousy season, but two cities and a bevy of ultra-rich bidders–including someone promising a billion new fans–are vying to build a new arena for them.
Nestled in the piney woods of Alabama is a rising economic dynamo that is flexing its muscles and challenging all comers. Gov. Robert Bentley tells us how Alabama is rapidly moving forward to cement its leadership in automotive, aerospace and exports. From the March/April 2013 issue.
From Biotech to Alabama to Superstorm Sandy, this issue is filled with topical stories from all parts of the globe. From the March/April 2013 issue.
Legal settlements from the massive BP oil spill, which could total $42 billion, will generate a gusher of economic development funds for the Gulf Coast.
The end of the Space Shuttle program could have meant the end of a jobs bonanza on Florida’s Space Coast, but the folks who enabled us to send men to the moon didn’t let that happen.