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Despite temporary factors like the West Coast port strike and tough winter weather in parts of the country, the economy is expected to grow.
“Over the next six months, will your company increase or decrease spending on business development activities?”
According to a new report, 81 percent of global executives report that external CEO engagement is now a mandate for building a company’s reputation.
The happening trend of today could be an obsolete thing of tomorrow—just as the prospective trend of the future could be only a dream of today.
Study from Deloitte and The Manufacturing Institute indicates nine in 10 Americans surveyed believe manufacturing essential to U.S. economy, while only one in three parents would encourage their children to pursue a career in manufacturing.
A new report looks at what lessons can be learned from analyzing the streetcar performance in Little Rock, Memphis, Portland, Seattle and Tampa.
More boards reallocating oversight duties as risk environment strains audit committee agendas.
China is expected to become the top U.S. investor in 2016 and beyond.
Global mobility is a low priority for most companies, despite tangible benefits for business growth; consequently, 43% of companies do not have a global mobility strategy.
Dan Levine, Oxford Economics writes, “As the large metro areas find themselves in an increasing competition for highly mobile talent and jobs, there will probably be continued convergence in community and economic development strategies; particularly in urban centers seeking to attract technology talent and promote business incubation.”