According to a report from the Cartus Corporation, the United States, United Kingdom and Singapore are the top three places where multinational businesses are relocating employees.
SolarWorld is expanding solar panel and advanced cell production in Oregon; will add 200 jobs at company’s North American manufacturing hub.
The trend of manufacturing jobs returning to the U.S. from overseas continues to grow.
The company will create 1,000 full-time jobs and invest $75 million in the heart of the Midwest.
Gov. Rick Snyder has identified core problems and brought stakeholders together to solve them in an effort the governor likes to call relentless positive action.
Tulsa-based test lab, Repair Service and Distribution Centers will also be relocated to Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.
Syngenta celebrates investment in Nebraska economy with $63 million expansion at its Phillips, NE, seed production facility.
Top 10 states are MA, CA, RI, OR, VT, CT, NY, WA, MD, and MN; five states most in need of improvement are ND, WY, SD, MS, and AK.
New home for cloud platform development and innovation adds to year of significant CenturyLink Cloud milestones.
A private-sector group—filled with former public officials—is lobbying to build a high-speed maglev train in the U.S.
Supplier to the aerospace industry makes initial $12 million investment to establish Orangeburg County operation.
With smart new regional growth strategies and generous federal funding initiatives, high-tech hubs are springing up all over the United States.
Three of the region's health care providers, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Methodist Hospital System and Parkland Hospital System, will partner to set up and operate the North Texas facility.
The company is also evaluating investments totaling approximately $20 million at the nearby Gurdon plywood mill that would increase the facility's efficiency and capacity.
Construction on the LEED-Silver project began in September 2014, with completion scheduled for May 2015.
The company will be addressing its expanding volume by creating 300 new customer support positions at this customer care call center.
If you’re as tired as we are of hearing about rampaging terrorist threats, gloomy climate-change predictions and virulent diseases, then this issue of Business Facilities is the antidote.
The new facility will be located in Perry Township on the site of TimkenSteel's Gambrinus Steel Plant.
The CDC director opposes a ban on travel from the Ebola hot zone in Africa. Why?
Embraer will add 600 new hires to its almost 400 employees in the area in a ramped up mode over a period of four years beginning in 2016.