BF Editor Archives
The Crescent City, which lost more than half of its population in the wake of Katrina, is surging back to pre-storm levels.
After Mother Nature’s big wakeup call, the realization is growing that today’s disaster recovery must prepare us to meet future cataclysms.
New Jersey is bolstering its casino industry by embracing Internet and on-demand gaming, betting that expanding the pool of gamblers will lift Atlantic City’s fortunes.
As always, we congratulate the winners in our 2012 Economic Development Deal of the Year competition. From the January/February 2013 issue
LiveXchange offers a unique opportunity for corporate executives eyeing location for their new facilities to have quality face-time with delegates bearing pre-certified projects. From the January/February 2013 issue
Alabama’s largest bank steps forward to make a $1-billion investment in the state’s job-creating future, setting an example for the nation.
Tourism is a $1.2-trillion industry in the United States. New York recently joined the growing number of states forging a path to growth by mining its heritage for tourist dollars.
Tim Feemster, senior managing director, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, will be among the all-star list of guest speakers featured at the upcoming Business Facilities LiveXchange event.
Comprehensive immigration reform will do more than give legal status to undocumented workers—it may plug a hole in the skilled workforce needed for America’s high-tech industries.
Boeing’s 787 battery woes could have a wide-ranging impact on U.S. aerospace manufacturing. Boeing’s new flagship has been grounded indefinitely worldwide as air safety officials and engineers anxiously try to determine what is causing the 787’s lithium battery to catch fire.