Saturday, May 18, 2013
Adventures in on-site power generation.
Gauging the Dream:
A new index seeks to help improve economic performance through measurable accountability.
Top Deals of 2012:
Portals To the World:
The Deep South and the Southern Hemisphere continue to snare big wins.
Top 10 Competitive States of 2012:
Two for Two:
Texas adds another first-place finish to Site Selection’s measures of state attractiveness to site selectors.
Best to Invest - Top U.S. Groups:
Rewriting the Norms:
U.S. Best to Invest winners know that embracing innovation is the 'new normal' of economic development.
Top Industries of 2012:
Transportation still rules the day, but chemicals are driving fast toward tomorrow.
Pictures of the Wind:
Industry leaders worldwide deliver their outlook for the year ahead.
Global IT Centers:
European High-Tech Industry Becomes Increasingly Marginalized
How to Herd Cats:
Hubstart Paris helps investors make sense of the Greater Roissy area’s vast network of company resources.
The Trust Belt:
How the Midwest overcame a shifting economic landscape to win prized headquarters projects.
The billion-dollar Macarthur Wind Farm makes its debut in Australia just as a new study debunks wind-farm illness warnings and a new investment focus comes to Victoria.
New research shows which territories led the U.S. in wind power installations in 2012, and why.
The New England Challenge:
Were last year's record low power prices a sign of things to come? Not necessarily.
News about the wonderful Solar Impulse now soaring over the United States, how energy infrastructure impacts the landscape, and much more
Monsanto aims to optimize its seed and plant trait R&D on a site where Pfizer once planned to do the same.
News from northern California, Scottsdale, NPR, Indianapolis, and more.
Competitiveness Evolves from Competence:
An insider describes how one university is improving biotech education, research and development in Costa Rica.
Boston's 'supercluster' doesn't miss a beat.
Isle of Flight:
A $75-billion dream for a transport megahub could carry the United Kingdom into the future. Will reality keep it earthbound?
New players in a rapidly growing region are staking their claim to aerospace industry capital investment.
Boeing, KLM, Northrop Grumman and Air Transport Services Group in locations including the Netherlands, New York, Florida, California and Ohio.
Prince George's County, Maryland:
'Breath of Fresh Air': Prince George's County is poised for growth, thanks to assets and aspiration.
Asia-Pacific's 'Significant Location' For Oil & Gas Services: Why local and foreign executives at oil and gas services companies in Malaysia wouldn't base their operations anywhere else.
Greater Fort Lauderdale:
Many Happy Landings:
International companies find Greater Fort Lauderdale to be a haven for headquarters operations.
One Big Greenhouse:
Pennsylvania offers an entire ecosystem for life sciences firms looking to thrive.
Florida Power & Light:
Re-energized with a new website, resource center and special discount rate, FPL bolsters community efforts to facilitate expansion projects around the Sunshine State.
Where Europe Gets It Right:
Seven European markets are among the 10 most competitive for travel and tourism.
A national network of certified industrial parks gives facility investors strategic location options for serving markets domestic and foreign.
No Fanfare Please:
Oil and gas interests operate in Equatorial Guinea despite risks. New plans aim to reduce those risks and raise the nation's reputation.
Imagine: As Liverpool marks the 50th anniversary of the Beatles, a $15-billion redevelopment scheme could be the city's next big hit.
ACI to expand its Limerick development centre and more
Middle Class, Development Zones Drive FDI to China
SingleHop Kicks Off Global Expansion, Prologis Signs Build-to-Suit Agreement, ThyssenKrupp to build complete cement plant, and more
Scotland Lands Key IT, Life Sciences Investments:
First Minister Alex Salmond's trade mission to New York in early April includes new US project announcements.
The Middle East:
A Kingdom Updates Its Roadmap:
Recent events have shed light on new and existing challenges for Saudi Arabia – investment opportunities, too.
North American Reports:
Of Books, Beer and Beagles:
Fingers and tongues wag aplenty in D.C., but tails do not.
The Great Dry Canal Race:
Whichever Central American nation can get its own canal project finished first will benefit significantly from the widening of the Panama Canal in 2015.
Your Global FDI Team Is Complete
Reflections on a LASTing Relationship
Old Places See New Faces:
A before and after tour of a state on the remake.
South Central States:
Once Lost, Now Found:
The shale oil and gas revolution continues to roll across a region, leaving new money and new investment in its path
Site selectors in a mix of industries make the case that Hoosier sites have more pros than cons.
Mississippi River Corridor:
Be In That Number:
When it comes to projects along the Mississippi, the 'Saints' have the edge.
Maryland's infrastructure of educated people, data pipelines and cyber-expertise translates into brain-powered projects.
Places to Soar:
The start-up mindset invigorates California projects, companies and — best of all — people.
Fountains of Youth:
Younger entrepreneurs lead a wave of investment in North Florida.
After moving for good years ago, Cambria now chooses to grow where it's planted. Here's why.
A penchant for improv is just one of many attributes driving Chicago forward.