Housing market is grinding forward as employment numbers tick upward as well.
South Carolina plant extends company leadership in large and ultra-large earthmoving tires for mining and aggregates applications.
Health IT company will bring 150 jobs to the metro Atlanta area with its new technology development center.
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The existing office in Phoenix will be co-located with the new head office and will serve as a unified location for human resources, research and development, product management, marketing and sales.
The Capital Region Prosperity Plan sets six priorities, including an “ecosystem” for innovators and entrepreneurs.
Company eyes growth opportunity, increased productivity and enhanced safety; projected completion date for the new structure is June 2015.
Study reveals how this new trend of everyone and everything becoming connected to the Internet will impact the cities across the country and around the world.
Detroit emerges from bankruptcy with its dignity intact.
The new facility will provide room for future organizational growth and will feature a state-of-the-art distribution center and product showroom.
So far, 2014 has been a banner year for freight haulers, but this success has a down side: a capacity crisis may be looming.
Davenport, IA facility positions Alcoa to continue capturing growth in aerospace and industrial sectors.
Honda became the first Japanese automaker to manufacture in Canada when it opened its Alliston assembly plant in 1986. It added a second assembly plant in 1998 and an engine plant in 2008.
New analysis surveyed 250 medium and large C&I companies across five verticals: manufacturing, data centers, hospitals, small franchises and education.
The new offices will also accommodate MHPSA's new shared administrative services activity.
sPower will be the owner of the largest portfolio of PV under construction in PSEG-LI's clean solar initiative Feed-In-Tariff Program.
Business is booming in Oklahoma, and the state's secretary of commerce explains how and why things are only going to get better.
An $8-billion project would compress wind from Wyoming in Utah caves and ship the energy to L.A.
The global Fortune 500 information technology company will locate its new service center in Augusta; will create up to 700 jobs.
The office expansion will include a new facade and office space for engineering and design teams.