Executive Analysis Articles
New York City unveils its new $4-billion train station for the World Trade Center.
Droves of high-tech startups are putting down roots in the Great Plains.
Apple and Google vow to defend our privacy even if it kills us.
After several years of job losses, aerospace and defense sector employment is expected to grow in 2016 by more than 39,000 jobs in the U.S., according to Deloitte’s new ”U.S. Aerospace & Defense Labor Market Study.”
Low interest rates, punctuated with bouts of pessimism and volatility, are likely to continue in 2016, supporting moderate growth in commercial rents and investment sales volume globally, according to CBRE.
Volatility in global markets is not expected to deter foreign investment; industrial sector sees record levels, according to JLL.
The deployment of industrial robots is expected to double over the next three years.
While the U.S. economy has enjoyed steady job growth in recent years, some cities are capturing a larger share of total job creation than others, thanks in large part to factors unique to their local economies.
In Greater San Marcos, TX, higher education resources and entrepreneurs join forces to bring innovations to market at the third annual Innovation Summit.
Nine states and Washington D.C. lead the pack in electricity grid modernization. Navagant Research forecasts that the global Smart Grid as a Service (SGaaS) market, estimated at $1.7 billion in 2014, will grow to $11 billion in 2023.