Keystone Innovation Zone taps a homegrown, skilled workforce to transform the state into a cutting-edge technology leader.
Idaho's whirlwind of new business announcements, financial incentives, and commerce Web sites is reshaping the state's economic forecast.
The boat building business is a hallmark of Maine's marine industry, and a new branding strategy aims to promote a fresh, new image.
New developments at Irving Oil and Point Lepreau will bolster New Brunswick's already substantial energy production capabilities.
The nation's smallest state has been working hard to nurture technology breakthroughs with several ambitious economic development programs.
A statewide initiative is revitalizing the downtown areas of 20 communities throughout Missouri, with more recipients to be announced later this year.
After Toyota announced it would locate a plant in Mississippi, suppliers have been quick to follow suit ... and the suppliers' suppliers aren't far behind.
The labor pool for the aviation, healthcare, and advanced materials industries in South Central Kansas will soon benefit from the federal WIRED initiative.
The Port of South Louisiana on the Mississippi River is a global shipping center and a cornerstone of the state's economy. With its planned enhancements, it can only get better.
Thanks to an initiative proposed by the governor during her State of the State address, several road projects will start early, bringing thousands of jobs to Michigan.
Two new incentives—one revived from the dead, the other still unborn—show promise for helping New Hampshire compete in a challenging economy.
Leaders in business and government say that caps on visas are chasing away workers who are essential to the economic development of California—and the nation.
New Mexico is becoming a model state for "green" business development and practice.
A new global business focus is quickening the pulse and changing the face of Virginia's economy.
The Ontario government unveiled plans to invest in an Automotive Centre of Excellence in the city of Oshawa as part of the CA $2.5 billion GM Beacon Project.
New grants and jobs bolster Indiana's diverse technology industry.
Kentucky has been working hard to entice cutting-edge companies to invest in the state through a variety of incentive programs targeted at fostering innovation.