The global news and information company will invest $6 million and create at least 250 new jobs in Texas.
The Dallas-Ft. Worth metro area has become a leading U.S. hub for data centers.
The project brings GM’s total investment in the Spring Hill plant in 2016 up to more than $936 million, including an expansion just announced in February.
Duo Security will invest nearly $2.5 million to expand its existing operations and create up to 300 jobs in Ann Arbor, MI.
Expansion will add more than 100 full time jobs and 322,000 square feet of pharmaceutical manufacturing space in Waco, TX.
Medical device manufacturer B. Braun Medical Inc. will invest $100M in its new Daytona Beach, FL manufacturing facility.
Airbus plans to invest $1M in its Loudoun County, VA facility, making it the company's largest distribution center.
The paint sprayer manufacturing company will build the 270,000-square-foot facility in Otsego's Gateway North Business Center.
The U.S. Senate thinks it's a good idea to burn trees to generate electricity.
The flooring manufacturer is expanding its luxury vinyl tile production operations, creating 200 jobs in Dalton-Whitfield County.
The property management software company will expand its operations in Utah, creating up to 191 jobs and $6 million in capital investment.
With its new facility, Harry’s Fresh Foods will be able to reduce travel distance for products, which will have an environmental benefit for all of its products.
Just in time for Earth Day, the supermarket company has opened a state-of-the-art green energy facility in Massachusetts.
The Pohang, South Korea-based multinational steel producer will invest $19 million to establish operations at the Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville, creating up to 60 high-wage jobs by 2018.
Regional workforce and educational conclaves will make recommendations to ensure the Lone Star State is ready for new and expanding businesses.
The new product will enable the efficient production of next-generation refrigerants, which have low global-warming potential and ozone depletion potential.
The concrete solutions company's new global manufacturing headquarters will employ more than 250 in Augusta.
PEP improves the state’s inventory of industrial sites and buildings by evaluating potential properties, advising counties on where investment may be most beneficial and what is needed to address issues.
The future of television may depend on whether the FCC decides to end the cable TV industry's monopoly over set-top boxes.
Phase 3, which represents a $9 million investment and is scheduled to open in late spring or early summer, is the Integration, Entrepreneurial and Paint Dispense Training Facility.