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From water technology and food processing to energy, power and control, companies in Wisconsin that recognize their mutual dependency and have formed partnerships to address common challenges are thriving and creating new economic opportunities.
Sixty-seven percent of companies are more concerned about employee turnover than they were last year, according to a new survey by Randstad US.
A.T. Kearney’s Global Cities 2016 can help businesses make key investment decisions such as where to place regional and global headquarters, as well as manufacturing and research hubs.
Chinese investment in U.S. real estate has grown dramatically since 2010, according to a new report by Asia Society and Rosen Consulting Group.
U.S. and China hold top two Foreign Direct Investment positions for fourth straight year; Canada ranks #3; Germany rises to #4 to lead Europe.
As life sciences companies transform themselves to meet the expectations of a rapidly changing landscape, they must reconsider their existing recruitment models to attract and retain women and diverse groups to their workforce.
A new survey from Deloitte reveals that companies are ‘Thriving in Uncertainty’ by shifting cost strategies in turbulent global markets.
Pay for Performance incentives from New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program help Bayer turn vacant buildings into showcase of energy innovation for construction of new U.S. headquarters.
The latest ULI Real Estate Consensus Forecast for April 2016 projects continued economic expansion over the next three years but at a somewhat slower pace than the prior two years.
Almost half the world’s workers —1.5 billion people — work in water related sectors and nearly all jobs depend on water and those that ensure its safe delivery, according to the United Nations. So, it’s no surprise that the theme for today’s World Water Day is “Water and Jobs.”