The larger format will enable us to deliver our most comprehensive package of insightful features to date. We also will be introducing some new departments that will expand the scope of our coverage, while maintaining the level of expertise you have come to expect from a national publication that has been an industry leader for four decades. From the January/February 2012 issue.
Befitting a state that is home to majestic snow-capped Rockies, Utah continues to scale new heights with an aggressive economic development strategy that has made the Beehive State a leader in a bevy of high-growth sectors. From the January/February 2012 issue.
Utilities who make up the largest electric power system in the Palmetto State are offering a new, lower rate to facilitate industrial expansion.
Employers added 243,000 jobs in January, dropping the unemployment rate to 8.3 percent, its fifth monthly decline in a row and the lowest level since February 2009.
If the stars of Sunday’s big game make it to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, they will enter an expanded and completely renovated shrine in Canton, OH.
GM is adding a new stamping facility at its Arlington, TX assembly plant, which produces full-size SUVs, a project that will create 180 jobs.
More than 400 Community Redevelopment Agencies will start to be phased out this week as the California Supreme Court’s decision to uphold a state law abolishing CRAs goes into effect.
The food company plans to double its production of popular Goldfish crackers, adding a third line that could yield 31 million lbs. of the cheesy snack.
The president and his State of the Union rebutter both cited Apple’s late iconic visionary as the cure to U.S. job woes. Really?
The e-commerce giant will invest $50 million in a new distribution center that will employ hundreds.