Executive Analysis Archives
Colorado says the price is too high for 1,418 new health care jobs.
Companies are migrating to walkable downtowns across the country, in big cities and small CBDs, and in secondary markets within larger metropolitan areas from coast to coast, according to a recent study.
Cuba gets ready for a surge in economic development as relations with the U.S. are restored.
Sustainability innovation is powering business growth: Between 2010 and 2013, revenues from company-defined portfolios of sustainable products and services grew by 91%, according to a new study from The Conference Board.
An obscure bureau of the U.S. Interior Dept. is drawing up plans to rebuild the water infrastructure of the western U.S.
Demographic shifts – the impact of retiring Baby Boomers and the rise of the Millennial generation – will likely have the most significant impact on real estate near- and long-term, according to The Counselors of Real Estate’s official CRE® 2015-16 Top Ten Issues Affecting Real Estate.
The European Union is leaving Greece, not the other way around.
Six universities receive NSF funding to redesign undergraduate engineering and computer science education. The RED projects will build on successful innovations in the introductory and capstone years.
Cape Wind, planned as the nation’s first offshore wind farm, appears to be dead in the water.
U.S. chief financial officers are approaching the second half of 2015 with increased optimism in the global economy and their businesses.