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While protesters occupy downtown Oakland, the municipal building in Vallejo is nearly empty.
The appliance giant’s Fort Smith, AR plant will close by mid-2012 as part of a companywide consolidation that will reduce Whirlpool’s global workforce by nearly 10 percent.
The stock market rallies by more than 300 points as the Euro Zone debt plan and U.S. growth fuel hope that a double-dip recession will be averted.
The Lubrizol Corporation, Zeon Chemicals and Recast Energy will invest $22 million in Louisville operations.
LiTEBOX will invest $21 Million on a manufacturing and headquarters move to Indianapolis.
The network will create 450 new jobs in Stamford.
Consumer Electronics Association CEO Gary Shapiro calls for innovation to resume its rightful place at the center of America’s economic policy.
South Korean company, CJ CheilJedang, will invest $300 million to build a Lysine production plant in Webster County.
The California Supreme Court has set a Nov. 10 hearing on a lawsuit challenging the state’s plan to eliminate redevelopment agencies if they do not submit a $1.7-billion budget payment.
The NJ governor’s growth strategy targets six sectors, seeks to prevent “haphazard” sprawl in the state’s dwindling rural areas and creates a new Garden State Fund to support development.