A new advisory group aims to turn the Land of Lincoln into a global innovation destination, implementing a vision for a 21st-century economy.
The Fortune 500 Company is moving into Sugar Creek on the Lake as part of a $10-million investment that will create 600 jobs.
Furniture manufacturer Flexsteel Industries and machinery supplier Kubota Tractor to open distribution centers at LPKC.
Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc. (BIVI) makes a major capital investment in its animal health facilities in Fort Dodge and Ames.
ReallyGoodStuff.com will invest $3.4 million in its new facility, which will serve as a hub for online orders of school supplies.
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.
North Carolina wins a $140-million Manufacturing Innovation Institute to develop wide-band semiconductors for power electronics.
The Capital Region Prosperity Plan sets six priorities, including an “ecosystem” for innovators and entrepreneurs.
In 2013, more than $123 million was invested by businesses expanding in the region, creating more than 700 jobs.
Valmiera Glass will invest $20 million in a new manufacturing facility, creating 150 jobs.
A new high-tech bank building will rise on the site of a branch destroyed by the F5 tornado on May 22, 2011.
A Local Technology Planning Pilot project will help communities develop strategic plans for broadband.
The Santa Cruz Commerce Center is a shovel-ready site with 40 acres of available lots for build-to-suit projects.
3D Maryland’s Innovation + Prototyping Lab is dedicated to the advancement of the hot growth sector of additive manufacturing.
Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation grants will assist with former Pabst, Schlitz brewery redevelopments and two other projects.
The soft drink giant, which opened its first bottling facility—Chattanooga Coke—more than a century ago, picks the city for a new distribution center.
Nearly 17,000 new jobs and more than $4.4 billion in capital investment came to Alabama in 2013.
The $320-million digital lab is one of four innovation hubs in the Obama administration’s program to spur advanced manufacturing.
A new 350,000-square-foot steel products manufacturing facility will create more than 200 new jobs.
The New Hampshire facility is the chocolate maker’s only plant outside of Switzerland that can process its products from start to finish.
The Lone Star State’s job-creating juggernaut shows no signs of abating as new projects proliferate across a broad range of industries.
Developers can maximize cost credits up to 40 percent for projects in Paterson, Passaic, Trenton and Camden.