Magazine Highlights Archives
Tennessee has implemented reforms that have made its educational system the most improved in the nation, but Gov. Bill Haslam is aiming at a much bigger goal: building an army of skilled workers.
The Lake Charles area project will supply Sasol’s petrochemical complex, creating more than 2,800 new jobs.
The auto giant cites the quality of life in Metro Atlanta as a key factor in its decision to invest $74 million in a new facility, creating 800 jobs.
The company’s new 600,000-square-foot, $127-million manufacturing facility will produce off-road vehicles on a 453-acre site.
Are the huge public-sector financial incentives used to lure big economic development projects wise investments? The answer is found in how these incentives are structured and evaluated.
Alabama is accelerating its jobs incentives and upgrading its training programs to attract prospective businesses to the state.
Business Facilities’ 2014 State of the Year may seem like a step backward, but Tennessee is the magazine’s first back-to-back SOTY winner.
Additive manufacturing is the hottest new growth sector, promising to revolutionize how just about anything you can imagine gets made.
A powerhouse auto cluster, the nation’s most-improved education system and world-class infrastructure keep the volunteer state on its pedestal.
Nevada wins the most hotly contested economic development prize in years by bagging Tesla’s lithium battery plant near Reno. Washington successfully pulled out all the stops to keep Boeing from leaving the state. Comcast’s gleaming new tower will transform Philadelphia’s skyline.