U.S. tops countries using tax code to shape sustainable corporate activity. ...Read more ›
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The world's largest gathering of economic developers is happening in Fort Worth, TX, this October 19-22: the International Economic Development Council's 2014 Annual Conference.
If you look at a map, you will notice there is no interstate highway connecting Memphis to Birmingham, two major industrial cities of the Southeast. That lack of good road certainly did not help the growth prospects in Northwest Alabama, which historically based its economy on natural resources—coal and pulpwood—and smaller cottage industries. ...Read more ›
Industry employs more than 734,000 workers and generates nearly $355 billion to economy, study finds. ...Read more ›
"The Shape of the U.S. Industrial Recovery" report indicates pent up demand, rent growth as key drivers. ...Read more ›
Overall, the top 20 U.S. A&D companies' revenues increased 5.5 percent to $354.7 billion, primarily driven by record-setting commercial aircraft production, which offset the negative revenue decline within the defense subsector. ...Read more ›
ACEEE Outlines 16 Policies to Remove Market Barriers to Energy Efficiency and Leverage Market Forces
According to a new report from ACEEE, energy efficiency policies could save the U.S. economy nearly $1 trillion. ...Read more ›
New study finds enormous job creation potential following integration of unmanned aircraft into the national airspace. ...Read more ›
Report is first effort of “NatLab,” a cross-sector partnership between the Nature Conservancy, the Natural Resources Defense Council, and EKO Asset Management Partners. ...Read more ›
Commercial Property Execs’ Mood Brightens, Yet Outlook Clouded by Economic, Fiscal Uncertainties, Interest Rate Risks
Q1 survey from the Real Estate Roundtable shows continued bifurcation between "gateway" and "non-gateway" markets. ...Read more ›
The full effect of fiscal policy is still to be determined according to Fannie Mae's Economic & Strategic Research Group. ...Read more ›