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Las Cruces, New Mexico Metro Spotlight

New Mexico BorderPlex—ROCKET-POWERED DEVELOPMENT CITY OF LAS CRUCES • Type of Government: City Manager,   City Council • Councilors/Commissioners: 6   Elected by district • Leadership: Mayor, Elected at large • Employees: 1,505 • Police/Sheriff's Department: 164   Officers • Other Law Enforcement: Do–a Ana   County Sheriff's Dept., New Mexico   State Police • Fire Department: 123 firefighters • Fi ...

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Austin, Texas – Metro Spotlight

The Green Heart of Central Texas Nestled in the center of Texas, the Greater Austin metropolitan area, comprised of 11 cities in five counties, is home to nearly 1.5 million people. During the last few years, this progressive capital city, already recognized as a center of technology innovation in a sophisticated cosmopolitan community, has been busy carving out a niché for itself in the clean technologies ...

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Alabama Corporate Moves

  Federal Agency Brings Thousands of Jobs to Huntsville The U.S. Missile Defense Agency (MDA) recently broke ground in Huntsville, AL on its Von Braun III building, a $240-million, 900,000-square-foot federal facility that will employ approximately 3,000 to 4,000 highly paid technology workers. The new building is the third and final facility in MDA's Von Braun complex. MDA director, Lieutenant General ...

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60 Seconds with Stuart MacKay, President of MMK Consulting

Stuart MacKay, president of MMK Consulting, is the founder and co-author of Competitive Alternatives, KPMG's Guide to International Business Location. Before 2001, MacKay worked with KPMG for 21 years, including 11 as a consulting partner. 2008 Cost-Competitiveness Rankings by Country 1. Mexico (79.5) 2. Canada (99.4) 3. United States (100) 4. Australia (100.2) 5. France (102.6) 6. United Kingdom (107.1) 7. ...

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The future arrives on 52nd street

We were standing on Sixth Avenue in the middle of Manhattan the other day, trying to hail a cab. The traffic was bumper-to-bumper and barely moving, and the cabs all had "off-duty" signs lit up, their drivers chattering on cell phones as they inched along. We were about to give up and join the hordes on the sidewalk for a 20-block hike, when a pedicab rolled up next to us. The man pedaling the bicycle motio ...

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The Importance of Taking the “LEED”

This summer, Business Facilities is devoting a lot of editorial coverage to businesses going green; our June cover story will look at location trends among green-technology companies. Also, our July annual rankings report will highlight the 20 greenest states in America based on comprehensive analysis of nine criteria, one of which is number of LEED-certified buildings by state. The LEED (Leadership in Ener ...

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