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.
The key to unlocking California’s economic rebound may be sitting deep in Monterey shale.
Internet giant Google is doubling down on its renewable energy investments.
Buried in the fine print of the Fiscal Cliff deal are extended tax credits for alternative energy projects.
Mayans, Shmayans. It’s time for BF’s annual prognostications. Dec 18, 2012 @ 10:41 AM
From its gleaming new skyscraper HQ, The New York Times looks down on the folks in economic development.
The FAA throws a red flag at the government’s plan to fly drones over U.S. airspace.
The debate about whether to build huge sea barriers around New York City — and where to put them — has begun. Nov 14, 2012 @ 3:25 PM
Despite the ominous presence of Hurricane Sandy churning up the East Coast, the eighth annual LiveXchange went off without a hitch, bringing together high level site selection executives and industry experts from around the country. The next event will be held on May 19-21, 2013 at the Westin Stonebriar in Frisco, TX.