More than $22 million in state and local incentives lures the banana giant from Cincinnati, bringing 417 jobs to the Tarheel State.
The global provider of enterprise mobility solutions will move 145 workers from Overland Park, KS to Kansas City, MO and create 15 new jobs.
The Colorado startup will convert natural gas from forest waste into 50 million gallons a year of "green gasoline" at a facility that will employ 150.
The company will invest $50 million in an e-commerce facility in Pendergrass, GA, creating 900 jobs.
The Schumacher Group will get $5 million from the state's mega-fund for economic development, while CenturyLink will receive $3.3 million.
The Regional Development Council will allocate $40 million in NY state funding for start-ups aiming to create 7,000 jobs within five years.
The proposed Bluegrass Economic Advancement Movement will develop a regional business plan between the two Kentucky cities to increase their competitiveness.
Republic is investing $85.2 million to upgrade its Lorain, OH operation, with a new electric arc furnace at the plant west of Cleveland
The auto giant will hire a second shift of workers at its Toledo, OH assembly plant to build a new Fiat-based SUV for Jeep, adding 1,105 jobs.
The 450,000 square-foot center at the Palm Bay campus, will create 100 new tech jobs as part of a modernization initiative designed to foster engineering innovation.
The Wheeling, IL-based logistics provider is investing $9 million in its first Indiana operation in North Vernon.
The upgrade at the Smithfield Packing Co. facility will create 330 new jobs.
Alabama's most populous county joins Harrisburg, PA, Vallejo, CA and Central Falls, RI on the list of municipal defaults since 2008, sending tremors through the $2.9-trillion municipal bond market.
The Botox producer is expected to create up to 400 jobs in the Garden State and receive a $10-year, $17-million state grant to build the facility.
General Motors will produce an all-new Chevrolet Colorado midsize pickup and add a second van production shift at its Wenzville, MO plant.
The auto giant will invest $385 million to prepare the plant for production of an all-new, fuel efficient engine program, creating or retaining 320 jobs.
The company may invest more than $1 billion over the next five years in the Fort Worth facility, which employs 6,700.
The pharmaceuticals company will locate its new operations in Lexington County, creating 707 new jobs.