Pennsylvania’s new 10-year economic development strategy will focus on growing its agriculture, energy, life sciences, manufacturing, and robotics and technology sectors.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service today issued a transit permit to Mr. S. Nicholas Claus of the North Pole, a distributor with Gifts and Good Cheer, Inc.
City Of Richland Economic Development Manager Amanda Wallner discusses why this Pacific Northwest city provides a strategic location for companies across a number of industries.
Putnam County, Florida is a progressive rural community with easy access to major metropolitan areas, a competitive business climate, and an attractive lifestyle.
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.
DLF, a global seed company, recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony for its 140,000-square-foot facility in Albany, Oregon.
A soybean processing plant will bring more than 100 jobs to Upper Sandusky, Ohio, through a roughly $500 million investment.
Walmart will invest $350 million in Lowndes County, GA, to establish a dairy facility with an anticipated open date in 2025.
AGCO, a global leader in the agriculture industry, has been named the anchor tenant for a collaborative ag-network in North Dakota.
Snake River Economic Development Alliance Executive Director Kristen Nieskens discusses ways this regional group is building businesses in western Idaho and eastern Oregon.
12 years after the Great East Japan Earthquake, new video from the Fukushima Prefecture, "Fukushima Now," highlights reconstruction progress.
The company expects to create approximately 250 new jobs at its new fairlife production facility in Monroe County, NY.
With a low tax burden, the state is attracting business by investing in shovel-ready sites and a skilled workforce.
With its rich automotive heritage, Michigan’s SOAR Fund is helping to attract electric vehicle makers and more.
Enacted by Gov. Laura Kelly, the "Kansas Framework for Growth” is having a positive impact on a wide swath of the Kansas business climate.
To meet the needs of a growing global population with efficient operations, agribusiness firms look for locations with ready resources.
In New Mexico, Tier-1 research universities, national labs, and a strategic location offer business opportunity in many industry sectors.
Simcote and Ostara are each investing $17 million in their new facilities, while American Food Groups is building a $800 million operation.
Over six years, Plenty Unlimited will invest $300 million to build the world’s largest indoor vertical farming campus in Chesterfield County, creating more than 300 jobs.
People once flocked to Nevada for its silver and gold, but today it’s the state’s robust economy and quality of life that draws them in.