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Business Facilities has named Texas its 2019 State of the Year, making it the first state to win the magazine’s top honor four times.
The logistics and supply chain management provider will invest more than $5.65 million to grow its operations and buy new equipment over the next five years.
April was a banner month for economic development in Arkansas, with a haul of more than $200 million in investment and more than 900 new jobs.
The premium appliance manufacturer will create 100 jobs as it adds a 350,000-square-foot R&D facility in Fitchburg.
More than 17,200 jobs were announced in the Bluegrass State last year, the highest number in 17 years.
Three manufacturing projects expected to create a total of 390 jobs have been approved to receive tax credits under the Grow New Jersey Program.
The new 300,000-square-foot food processing facility will create 180 new jobs with the help of $665,000 in performance-based incentives.
Expected to be one of the world’s largest industrial facilities, Tesla's gigafactory is expected to provide Nevada with annual statewide economic benefits of $5.4 billion in jobs, tax revenues and overall spending.
Infrastructure investments funded through USDA grants will help create jobs and expand rural manufacturing.
As more companies understand the advantages of near-instant access to their markets, the trend of service businesses partnering with logistics providers will continue to grow.
Commercial Property Execs’ Mood Brightens, Yet Outlook Clouded by Economic, Fiscal Uncertainties, Interest Rate Risks
Q1 survey from the Real Estate Roundtable shows continued bifurcation between "gateway" and "non-gateway" markets.
The man who oversaw the U.S. government’s $787-billion stimulus program emphasizes a common-sense approach to job-creation based on planning, efficiency and shoe leather. From the March/April 2012 issue.