Feature Story Archives
The Volunteer State surges into a leadership position in green-collar job creation with an aggressive and innovative economic development strategy.
Financial incentives to expand or relocate your business can make the difference in where you choose to grow. This year, we are zeroing in on the newest and most innovative incentives that have been introduced or expanded in the past year.
My recent jaunt through central Germany featured high-profile interviews with economic ministers, financial experts, and corporate executives…and some local apfelwein.
In our fifth annual top executive interview, Ross Moore, executive vice president at Colliers International, answers some tough questions about one of the nation’s hardest-hit markets: commercial real estate.
In hard times, economic development specialists have created unique and innovative incentive packages to help ease the financial burden on existing companies and make it attractive for new ones to locate to their states.
The dovetailing of 10,000 new jobs and nearly $14 billion in corporate investment leads to a blowout victory for Michigan, our 2008 State of the Year.
The inside story of the $613 million merger of Jones Lang LaSalle and Staubach.
Iowa is rapidly staking its claim as the number one wind-turbine manufacturing hub in the nation.
Governor Dave Heineman takes a hands-on approach to economic development as the biggest booster for the Nebraska Advantage.
With the availability of capital squeezed by the global credit crunch, corporate facility sale-leasebacks are emerging as an increasingly large component of real estate investment sales worldwide.