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The Bayou State surges to the top of our annual assessment of Economic Growth Potential, edging out last year’s number one, Virginia.
The producer of canned and frozen vegetables will invest $10.6 million in a project that will create 80 jobs.
The Punta Gorda, FL facility will employ 300 and benefit from Florida Power and Light’s special economic development utility rate.
The 240,000-square-foot expansion in Macomb, IL will house new roller bearing production lines, creating 80 jobs.
The Lone Star State doubles down on its business-friendly tradition, exceeding pre-Recession employment levels faster than any state in the nation.
For the third consecutive year, the Volunteer State has topped our annual assessment of Automotive Manufacturing Strength, followed by a fast-rising Kentucky.
The producer of tubular steel for the oil and gas industries will invest $50 million in a new facility in the Tecumseh Business Park near Buffalo.
Intercontinental Regional Center Trust, the developer, says the Chicago project will create 5,000 jobs with an overall economic impact of $2.6 billion.
By Dr.Jeffrey Liker, professor of industrial and operations engineering, University of Michigan
The U.S. Olympic Committee gets an early gold medal for outsourcing.