Companies across industries have chosen to expand their operations in Utah — due, in part, to tax credits.
Under this funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, 114 airports across the U.S, spanning 44 states and three territories will improve service and performance.
A robust business climate and strategic growth during 2023 earns the Lone Star State this recognition.
The new cutting-edge facility, which will create more than 190 jobs in Salt Lake City, Utah, will be fully operational in July 2025.
More than 200,000 jobs have been created as a result of foreign direct investment since the SelectUSA program's inception 13 years ago.
The semiconductor maker expects to create 400 jobs at its existing site in Colorado with the funding, as well as to grow operations at an Oregon site.
The strength and diversity of its business climate lands the Lone Star State the top spot for this annual economic development recognition from Business Facilities magazine.
Germany-based manufacturing company expects to create up to 500 jobs at new U.S. headquarters in Lewistown, Montana by 2029.
The origin story for Santa has many variations, but present-day versions of the myth lean heavily on his homebase being the North Pole.
Software, analytics, and AI solutions company MasterControl Solutions expects to add about 155 jobs at its Salt Lake County location. Plus, Fairmat and Chromalox also grow in Utah.
This article discusses the unlocking of a global quantum future through Colorado’s Advanced Industries ecosystem.
Community involvement and access to a rich variety of activities and amenities have climbed the list of factors for site decisions.
Confuse The Machine used advanced artificial intelligence (AI) analytics to determine which U.S. states are best equipped to withstand a hypothetical AI tech uprising. The findings might surprise you.
Two food industry companies will bring a combined 333 jobs to Utah over the next several years – investing nearly $15 billion in the state.
Just in time for Veterans Day, find out how each state ranked on Lendio's study of the best states for veterans to succeed in business.
Texas Instruments broke ground on its second plant in Lehi, Utah – a move Gov. Spencer Cox said will be “transformative” for the state.
Corporations choose Utah for its industrial strength, but also for the work-life balance the state offers.
New Tech Hubs program will drive regional innovation and job creation by strengthening a region’s capacity to manufacture, commercialize, and deploy technology.
C&J Specialties and Kent Outdoors will bring a combined 274 jobs to rural Utah because of a state incentive program.
Located across the U.S., seven Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs (H2Hubs) will create jobs, strengthen nation’s energy security, and combat climate crisis.