With the global effort to reduce CO2 emissions faltering, the U.S. is racing to build huge underground carbon storage bins in old salt mines and depleted oilfields.
An aggressive incentives package from the Wisconsin EDC, including $18 million in tax credits, seals the deal for the project in Superior, WI.
The E-commerce giant will grow the center’s floor space to the equivalent of 28 football fields and expects its Tennessee workforce to grow to 5,000 this year.
The Japanese automaker reveals at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit it will produce the NSX near its current facilities in central Ohio at a new advanced manufacturing center.
The proposed $4-billion, 3.8-million-square-foot facility would be built by a Malaysian conglomerate at the current site of Aqueduct racetrack in Queens.
The aerospace giant is moving the jobs to Puget Sound, WA in a decision that angered Kansas officials who had strongly supported the company’s effort to win a huge aerial tanker contract from the Pentagon.
In a sign that the recovery is picking up steam, employers added 200,000 jobs in December, bringing the national unemployment rate down to 8.5 percent.
The $12.9-million facility in Columbia City, IN, is expected to create up to 106 new jobs by 2014.
The company is investing $1 million in its aircraft maintenance and repair operation in Myrtle Beach, creating 150 jobs.
It’s that time again. Without further ado, let’s all peek at the stories that will make headlines next year.