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Adam Bruns

Adam Bruns
Managing Editor of Site Selection magazine

Adam Bruns has served as managing editor of Site Selection magazine since February 2002. In the course of reporting hundreds of stories for Site Selection, Adam has visited companies and communities around the globe. A St. Louis native who grew up in the Kansas City suburbs, Adam is a 1986 alumnus of Knox College, and resided in Chicago; Midcoast Maine; Savannah, Georgia; and Lexington, Kentucky, before settling in Greater Atlanta with his wife and daughter.


Articles from this Author

GLOBAL ICT: Beehives for Busy Minds: A GE Digital executive describes the strategy behind the company’s growing network of digital hubs. 3/16/2017
Top Industries of 2016: Major Projects Snapshot: Looking at the biggest spenders in the most active industry sectors offers insight into the flow of worldwide commerce and investment. 3/16/2017
On Campus: Money Where Your Mouth Is: Stanford University is cutting-edge in energy practices as well as R&D. 3/13/2017
Renewables: Are They Buying What You're Selling?: Two reports highlight where the most solar power is being produced, and where companies are procuring the most clean energy. 3/13/2017
Smart Buildings: What Gets Measured: Four snapshots demonstrate what can happen when data, energy and square footage meet. 3/13/2017
News: Energy Matters: Storage, Romeo Power, Minnesota, solar atlas, rig counts, and More. 3/13/2017
Midwest: Closing the Perception Gap: Experts weigh in on the weight of the Midwest’s past and the momentum of its future. 2/23/2017
Advanced Manufacturing: Raytheon’s decision in Tucson shows how a low ranking can sometimes point to a growth opportunity.: Research on advanced industries launched by The Brookings Institution several years ago received its latest update in August. 2/23/2017
Megasites: Parcel Delivery: Big sites are all about the land — and the water, too. 2/9/2017
Latin America & the Caribbean: Ports Are in a Storm,: but Central America will help the region find smoother water in 2017. 2/9/2017
American Energy Hubs: The Tide Turns for Oil & Gas and for Wind: How the election is recalibrating energy prices and hot spots. 2/2/2017
Online Insider: Already Risen: Atlanta's infrastructure for innovation is moving full steam ahead. 2/2/2017
Diabetes: Brexit, Schmexit*: In deciding to invest in the UK, Novo Nordisk finds that hundreds of years of history weigh a lot. 2/1/2017
Well Being: Feeling Better?: Two new rankings assess US states by overall well-being and by healthcare system flexibility. See where they overlap, and where they don't. 2/1/2017
Districts: Campus Tour: A number of new districts, neighborhoods, incubators and campuses are taking shape across the United States. See snapshots and synopses of a select few. 2/1/2017
News: Briefly Bio: Deloitte and regulations, PhRMA and Trump, 2 Ohio projects, and More! 2/1/2017
European Union: Which EU Nations Shine Brightest for Future FDI Attraction?: A new scoreboard shows it’s all in the eye of the beholder. 1/26/2017
E-Commerce & Logistics: Integrated Circuits: Networks of Amazon facilities are just one thread in a global supply chain reconfiguring for e-commerce. 1/26/2017
Israel: Real Brains, Real Work: Israel’s ‘Innovation Box’ builds on a longstanding heritage of superior innovation. 1/26/2017
Project Finance: Energy's Profile Grows in the Public-Private Partnership Arena: 1/20/2017
Solar: Catching Some Rays in Chernobyl: A Chinese solar power giant and its state-owned partner endeavor to make power from the sun at the site of the world's worst nuclear disaster. 1/20/2017
Electricity: Out of the Dark: A project in Sierra Leone could be a beacon for many more to follow in Africa. 1/20/2017
News: Energy Matters: Climate change and power, Africa’s energy gap, Dubai’s Clean Energy, and More 1/20/2017
Michigan: Complete Autonomy: Autonomous vehicle and mobility research projects breathe new life into yesterday’s manufacturing facilities. 1/19/2017
Reshoring: Perfect Storm: The Real Reasons Behind Reshoring 1/12/2017
Thuringia, Germany: Shine On: In the world of optics and photonics, the German federal state of Thuringia is a beacon for the ‘century of light’ ahead. 1/12/2017
R&D: Merck Plants a Research Stake in the Bay Area: The company is the latest explorer seeking discovery in the DNA of South San Francisco. 12/30/2016
Health: Time to Shape Up: New reports show where healthy lifestyles reign. 12/30/2016
INNOVATION: Hong Kong's Science of Life:New growth at the Hong Kong Science Park is just one aspect of the city's innovation-driven ecosystem. 12/30/2016
News: Briefly Bio: Cures Act, Lonza in Texas, Tennessee and Kansas City healthcare IT, Royal Adelaide Hospital, Rolex Award and more! 12/30/2016
UNIVERSITY ALLIANCES: Direct Connections: The R&D Pipeline from Higher Education to the Corporate World 12/29/2016
Kansas: Doors of Opportunity Are Wide Open in Kansas: A KC suburb and college towns are the Sunflower State’s hot spots in 2016. 12/29/2016
Top Business Park Locations: Worldwide Winners: In September 2016 at its annual conference in Oklahoma City, the Association of University Research Parks (AURP) announced the winners of its 21st Annual Awards of Excellence. 12/22/2016
US Southwest: Plugging in From the Desert: New Projects from Facebook Connect to Worldwide Goals 12/20/2016
REC TECH: Gear Here: Idaho’s outdoor recreational equipment firms abide by the same maxim as any other company: Go where your customers are. 12/19/2016
OHIO RIVER CORRIDOR: Two-Way Street: Greater Cincinnati offers a model for multi-state metro-area prosperity. 12/15/2016
GERMANY: Where the Action Is: The German cities receiving the most attention from corporate investors include trivago’s hometown of Düsseldorf. 12/15/2016
Medical Devices: Ripe for the Picking - J&J’s Choice Goes Beyond Easy Labels: Combining the resources of the world’s largest medical complex with the capabilities of the Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies. 12/8/2016
China Fortune Land Development: One Hundred New Cities: Looking to align with China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative? Meet one company with a plan of its own. 12/8/2016
DATA CENTERS: Sustainability is the hallmark of data center location and innovation: Sustainability is central to data center location strategy, as Facebook and others know. 12/1/2016
The Navy Yard: Philadelphia’s Transformative Waterfront Campus: The Navy Yard in Philadelphia has a new lease on life, and the life sciences are a big reason why. 12/1/2016
Cities: Ten More Cities Join the City Energy Project: Mayors from 10 US cities announced that they are joining City Energy Project (CEP), an effort to address energy use and climate pollution caused by buildings. 11/21/2016
ENERGY EFFICIENCY: Tenant Energy Plans Are All About ROI: Sustainability programs come and go, but following the ULI's new program could help yours stick around a little longer. 11/21/2016
Green Power: Shine On: While companies often revert to a fighting stance when it comes to the EPA, some are happy to accept its praise for their energy efforts. 11/21/2016
News: Energy Matters: Renewables in Scotland, Tidal Energy in Wales, Solar in Ukraine, Nuclear Power in India, and More 11/21/2016
Middle East: Arab Youth - A ‘Wellspring of Untapped Potential’: Firms want to employ the region's potential workforce, but these youth's may have bigger plans. 11/17/2016
PBI Aqaba Industrial Estate: Aqaba A Launch Pad Toward the Future: This coastal location provides a pivotal hub for Jordan and an entire MENA region set for economic takeoff. 11/17/2016
Ontario: Come On Over: No matter whose side you’re on, Ontario and Canada are on one side of an open door. 11/9/2016
FDI in America: The Inversion Perversion: Ready to celebrate that climbing FDI number? Don’t put on your party hat just yet. 11/3/2016
Incentives Update: Could Inclusion Be the New Yardstick?: The thought leaders at The Brookings Institution pull no punches: It's time to change economic development metrics. 11/3/2016
Wired Locations: Broadband and Mobile Infrastructure - Measured, Calibrated and Deployed: Findings show that while some world locations shine, others are still getting up to speed. 10/20/2016
Clusters: The Rich Get Richer in JLL's Latest Outlook Report: But suburban, second-tier and submarket options beckon with opportunity. 10/17/2016
FDI: New Jersey's Foreign Accent: Companies from France and Ireland add further ballast to an already strong bioscience ecosystem. 10/17/2016
Research: Collaborating to Compete: One Canadian Cluster's Bench-to-Bedside Approach 10/17/2016
News: Briefly Bio: Curing Disease, Corporate Inversions, Griffols in Dubai, and More! 10/17/2016
Online Insider: Red Hat is Aligned and Ready in Boston: On September 15, Red Hat announced its plans to expand its Boston footprint to a new location in the Fort Point neighborhood of Boston's Seaport District. 9/29/2016
Wind: New US Offshore Wind Strategy Moves From Testing the Waters to Diving Right In: Announced - the publication of a collaborative strategic plan to continue accelerating the development of offshore wind energy in the United States. 9/21/2016
Oil & Gas: Lessons from Canadian Carbon Capture Are There for the Taking: In its first 10 months of operation, the Quest carbon captured and safely stored one million metric tons of CO2 ahead of schedule 9/21/2016
Sustainability: Spaceship Earth Stuck in Neutral: A Norwegian firm's analysis says we aren't very far along on the path toward sustainable development, but some leading companies could help get us there faster. 9/21/2016
News: Energy Matters: Dakota Access, US Energy Use, GIS in Economic Development, Asia Rising, MIT sponges and More. 9/21/2016
Nevada: Whole New World-Faraday Future’s Billion-Dollar Bet: The project is just one part of an evolving technology and mobility mega-region. 9/15/2016
Top Utilities of 2016: The Year’s Best Utilities Give You Much More Than Power: Service, data, technology and savvy add up to success for these top-performing teams in economic development. 9/1/2016
Canada's Best Locations: Cultivating the Roots of Canadian Innovation: These provinces and regions are leading the way. 9/1/2016
Renewable Energy: Affordable Renewable Energy Verges on Critical Mass: Around the world, affordable renewable energy is reaching critical mass. 8/25/2016
Military & Defense:The Inaugural Class of Great American Defense Communities: Look to these all-star regions as models for military-community collaboration, mutual support and opportunity. 8/25/2016
US-Mexico Border: New Transport Infrastructure Enhances Cross-Border Commerce: CBX is one of many projects making cross-border movement easier, and thereby aiding and abetting commerce, trade, economic development … even shopping. 8/18/2016
Logistics Sites and Services: Ports Worldwide are in Growth Mode as Panama Canal Expansion Opens for Business: After years of construction and labor disputes the first vessels were scheduled to transit the expanded Panama Canal beginning in late June 8/18/2016
Caribbean: Medical Tourism - A Prime Sector for Caribbean Nations: Medical tourism is now a booming trade in this region, with Jamaica leading the way. 8/11/2016
Louisiana: More Planes, Trains & Boats — and Even a Rocket or Two — Mean More Global Connections for Louisiana: Key transport upgrades are increasingly connecting the Bayou State to global markets. 8/11/2016
The Trade Coast: Global Connections Continue to Thrive in the Pacific Northwest: The Pacific Northwest’s role as a global hub for commerce just keeps growing. 8/11/2016
BioTech: Lungs On Demand?: A Maryland company will work with a Chinese firm to deliver manufactured lungs for transplants via drone. 8/5/2016
Biopharma: Vetting by Vetter Finds Chicago is Better: In the midst of a global growth strategy, a German pharmaceutical company plans to make a major investment in Des Plaines, Illinois. 8/5/2016
News: Briefly Bio: Medicine Research Funding, Wellness Design Tool, Microdroplets, Canadian Revenue on Pharmacists and More! 8/5/2016
Rocky Mountains: Could Mountain Time Make You Healthier and More Productive?: Is it possible that Mountain Time is not just a lifestyle, but a tool for productivity and well-being? 7/28/2016
Mississippi: A Big Day, and Bigger Plans Ahead, for Mississippi Industry and Workforce: Major projects stay on track in a business climate with a new set of challenges. 7/21/2016
Wind: Danish Offshore Wind Giant Leads Transition to Renewables: DONG Energy is ahead of schedule in Northern Europe and around the world. 7/20/2016
Power: New Energy Projects in Africa Highlight Powerful Opportunities: Progress in Rwanda, Senegal and other African nations strengthens the grid while puncturing misperceptions. 7/20/2016
Energy Efficiency: 'Thermal Bubble' Brings the Internet of Things to Your Body: An Italian foundation's HQ seeks to shrink its energy footprint using a system developed by a team at MIT. 7/20/2016
News: Energy Matters: Insights from the 2016 Energy Efficiency Global Forum and more. 7/20/2016
Advanced Manufacturing: Secrets to Picking Advanced Manufacturing Winners: Reports offer tips on advanced manufacturing locations with advantages that may not be apparent at first. 7/14/2016
Transportation and Logistics: Smarter by the Day: More transportation options mean more opportunity for moving the Colorado economy. 7/12/2016
Fitzsimons Innovation Campus: Life Sciences Oasis:An increasingly valuable square mile gives rise to innovation in Aurora. 7/12/2016
Sustainability 2016: The 2016 Sustainability Rankings Redefine Ecosystems: The 2016 Sustainability Rankings reflect where the action is, and where the dirty work of cleaner living is taking place. 7/6/2016
Retail: Office and Retail Blend to Create the Bleisure Effect: Entertainment districts and millennial playpens demonstrate the interwoven nature of value when it comes to office and retail markets. 6/30/2016
Sale/Leaseback Transaction: Sale-Leaseback Transactions Can Be The Turnaround Solution: Three projects demonstrate how sale-leaseback can be part of solutions that transform. 6/30/2016
Colorado: Aerospace Company Sierra Nevada Corp. is Poised for Growth in Colorado: The Nevada-based company is investing at its Colorado locations in Louisville and Colorado Springs. 6/23/2016
Shovel Ready Sites: Long-Term Vision, Short-Term Results: Programs nationwide expedite development in order to speed up speed to market. 6/23/2016
Policy: Colombia Price Reduction on Novartis’ Glivec highlights a Universal Tug of War: Colombia's decision to force a price reduction on a major moneymaker from Novartis is a tough pill to swallow. 6/17/2016
News: Briefly Bio: BIO Innovations, New Jersey, Michigan, California Trends and More. 6/17/2016
New England: Talent First: Even the Internet of Things needs clusters. Greater Boston is happy to oblige. 6/9/2016
Energy Efficiency: Less Energy, More Dollars: A new ranking salutes cities across three population tiers for their energy-efficient building portfolios. 5/13/2016
LNG: Second Wave: NextDecade CEO Kathleen Eisbrenner brings a world of experience to the world of LNG. 5/13/2016
News: Energy Matters: Renewable power, Trina in Netherlands and Thailand, GE Digital Tech, Oregon Coal Export Stopped, and More. 5/13/2016
Best to Invest: Top Deals 2016: The Top Deals all amount to one thing: opportunities for growth 5/12/2016
Iowa: Aligned for Discovery: The higher education institutions of Iowa help it stand out from the crowd. 5/12/2016
2016 Prosperity Cup: Battle Tested: North Carolina and Texas grab hold of the first Prosperity Cup. They’re not likely to let go without a fight. 5/5/2016
Medical Devices: Clusters & Mergers: Medical devices are a big deal in Minnesota. The cluster's attractiveness is central to a big $25-billion deal announced this week. 4/29/2016
Institutions: Expedition Leader: Paul Allen and his city take the reins in pursuing global life sciences frontiers. 4/29/2016
Pharma: From Inversion to Investment: Not one to pout after a failed merger, Allergan makes yet another wager on Waco. 4/29/2016
News: Briefly Bio: Groundbreaking research and groundbreakings for well-researched locations. 4/29/2016
Illinois: Not So. Ill.: A walk down Main Street reveals a downstate region upbeat about the future. 4/28/2016
South America: Meet-Up in Medellín: Looking to vanquish the informal economy? The legendary and legal informality of start-ups may be just the ticket. 4/21/2016
Pacific Northwest: Healthy Outlook: Connections to Asia and to collaboration fuel smart economic development in Seattle, Portland and beyond. 4/21/2016
Biopharmaceuticals: Staying Power: Cluster and venture capital data show where longstanding strength provides the backbone for feisty startups. 4/14/2016
Online Insider: Blurred Lines: Snapshots from the collaborative workspace craze show where co-work and real work collide. 4/7/2016
Northeast United States: Snapshots of Excellence: When schoolwork comes first, a qualified workforce follows. 4/7/2016
Hoosier Energy: Play Ball: Follow-through is one way Hoosier Energy helps companies stay on top of their game. 4/7/2016
Data Centers: Pay As You Go: Paradigm shifts are a dime a dozen. But the leaders of Aligned Data Centers say this one’s for real. 3/31/2016
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: Unmanned Outposts: Geographic clustering data on global UAV firm locations is scarce, but we found some. Next time, maybe we’ll use a UAV. 3/24/2016
Top Industries of 2015: Map To the Stars: Site Selection’s analysis of the Top Industries for corporate facility investment in 2015 reveals the Top 10 projects by capital investment in each of the five leading sectors. 3/17/2016
Smart Grid: Grid Transformers: A new report ranks the 50 states on their degree of electrical grid modernization. Are customers modern enough to swallow the cost? 3/11/2016
Sustainability: Maps to the Stars: Energy-efficiency efforts far and wide come together in buildings holding these top designations. 3/11/2016
Nuclear Energy: From Mega to Modular?: Two glimpses of nuclear power's expensive past and possible future occurred in February within 24 hours of each other. 3/11/2016
Energy Matters: TPI Blades in Juarez, Less Rooftop Solar in the South, Boston Southie Power Plant Revitalized, and More 3/11/2016
Mississippi River Corridor: High Water Mark: The bi-state Burlington area earns the third annual Big Muddy Cup. 3/3/2016
Top Metropolitans of 2015: Dare to be Greater: These regions know how to connect the dots, bridge the gaps and cultivate talent. 3/3/2016
Pharma: East-West All Star: A specialist pharmaceutical firm founded in Buffalo hits its stride as a multinational with major investments in the US and China. 2/23/2016
Therapies: The Cellular Approach: GE and partners establish a new stem-cell therapies center in Toronto. 2/23/2016
Clusters: Why Clusters Matter: The St. Louis area's focus on plants is an inherited trait of global proportions. 2/23/2016
Briefly Bio: Finnish Bio-IT, Venture Capital, Pennsylvania Investments, and More! 2/23/2016
Online Insider: Half a World Away: Three reports released in Davos paint a landscape of global risk and opportunity. 2/18/2016
Advanced Manufacturing: Signs of Progress: For manufacturers who want to thrive in the future, every day is National Manufacturing Day. 2/18/2016
Alabama: They Know How To Work It: Metals are central to dozens of the corporate projects to land in the Yellowhammer State over the past two years. 2/11/2016
Latin America and Caribbean: Movers & Shakers: The World Bank’s latest scorecard shows where progress is being achieved, and where it’s not. 2/11/2016
Online Insider: Time = Money: While policy wonks debate its worth, logistics companies are pouncing on the 'New Silk Road' opportunity. 2/4/2016
United Arab Emirates: Gathering PLACE: Dubai in general, and DMCC in particular, seem to be the right places at the right time. 1/28/2016
Super Sites: Choice Parcels ... Again: Reuse is the sincerest form of flattery to areas ready for resurgent industry. 1/21/2016
Electric Vehicles: Future Zone: Faraday's billion-dollar project in Nevada is just the latest star in a fast-developing galaxy of mobility solutions taking shape in the western United States. 1/20/2016
Innovation: Are You On the Bus or Off the Bus?: Proterra launches two new locations in California at a watershed moment in global transportation innovation. 1/20/2016
Oil and Gas: Crude Solutions: North America's energy hubs show there's more than one kind of pipeline. 1/19/2016
Energy Matters: Solar Plant near Rewa, Apple Clean Energy in China, OECD Taxing Energy Use, Obama's Energy Tax Credit Extension and More! 1/19/2016
Downtown Revitalization: Where It’s At: Reasons for moving to city centers are plentiful, but it’s people who rank No. 1. 12/30/2015
Biopharma: The Race is On: A billion-dollar fund and a gigantic conglomerate drive biopharma investment in South Korea. 12/29/2015
Clusters: Out of Bounds on Purpose: Cross-disciplinary collaboration is in the DNA of America's crossroads. 12/29/2015
Briefly Bio: Well Building Standard, Agrinos in Oregon, Natera in Texas, Ruga to Texas, and More! 12/29/2015
University Alliances: Worth the Price of Admission: While some students and alumni wonder if higher education is worth it, the best schools continue to deliver the goods to students, employers and their regions. 12/22/2015
Online Insider: Globetrotting Multinational Remains in Gift Capital: Whirlwind Tour Convinces SCL To Stay Home with HQ 12/22/2015
Ontario: Skating Out of the Dark: Sure it’s cold, but Ottawa’s tech connections still glow. 12/17/2015
Top Business Park Locations: Catalysts: The best parks are driven by knowledge, action or an ideal blend of both. 12/17/2015
Online Insider: Everything Ventured: Oakridge Global Energy Solutions hopes to create 1,000 jobs on Florida's Atlantic Coast. Living that dream is no day at the beach. 12/10/2015
Oregon, Ohio: Bright Horizon: A corner of Northwest Ohio meets two nations’ energy demands with a growing critical mass of projects. 12/10/2015
Energy Matters: Old Power in Europe, Key Hubs of North America, Nuclear Power in New York and Texas, and Much More! 12/9/2015
Nuclear Power: Hiding Place: Construction moves forward on the world's first permanent nuclear waste repository. 12/9/2015
Utilities: Make Yourself Useful: An update on power company–affiliated economic development around the US shows the diverse economic meanings of the word 'utility.' 12/9/2015
Solar: Blue-Chip Solution: Retailers top — but don't monopolize — the list of largest corporate solar power users. 12/9/2015
Ports & Free Trade Zones: The FTZ Appeal: Three resources paint a valuable picture of the opportunities, prosperity and potential perils to be found in free zones worldwide. 12/3/2015
Eastern Seaboard: The Line of Equivalence: More than big ships are aiming for East Coast landings. 12/3/2015
Defiance County, Ohio: The Right Spot for Right-Shoring: Decades of experience and craftsmanship have prepared the people and companies of Defiance County to seize the global opportunity before them. 12/3/2015
Space Travel: Starship Troopers: Both science and science fiction have a home at Michoud. 11/30/2015
Data Centers: Flip the Switch: A Nevada-based data center company soon will surpass 2 million sq. ft. of space in its home state, and is taking giant steps abroad. 11/24/2015
Online Insider: Plymouths Rock: The companies growing in these towns are pursuing the right to innovate as they choose. 11/24/2015
Clusters: Healthy Heartbeat: A new HQ from AtriCure is just the latest addition to a robust cluster in Mason, Ohio. 11/23/2015
NC Cluster: Triangle? What Triangle?: The latest investments in North Carolina are proof of life (sciences) beyond RTP. 11/23/2015
Briefly Bio: Software Support in Columbia, Chicago Coming to Life Sciences, Outsourcing in Richmond, VABeachBio, No Chimps for NIH, ATP Vienna and More! 11/23/2015
Ohio River Corridor: Shall We Gather At the River?: Greater Cincinnati leads the way in welcoming company growth, whether it’s a new arrival from abroad or a hometown legend. 11/19/2015
Online Insider: Living History: Expanding museums are doing their part to place veterans and their stories front and center. 11/12/2015
Medical Devices: Warsaw Pact: When you’re going through a $13-billion merger, it helps to have a playbook, a platform and an open mind. 11/12/2015
Solar: Behind the Sun: If returning to the early darkness of standard time has you down, Hoboken and Buffalo will show you the light. 11/6/2015
Efficiency: Frugal is Thy Middle Name: California nips at New England's heels in the latest energy efficiency scorecard. 11/6/2015
Solutions: Blazing a Trail: Count on California for forward-looking energy solutions backed by real actions. 11/6/2015
Energy Matters: Goldman Sachs, Texas Tenaris, Fracking in UK, US Ethane Cracker, and more! 11/6/2015
High Speed Rail: Mobility3: High-speed rail will allow industry clusters and the human beings that comprise them to connect like they never have before. 11/3/2015
BioTech Locations: Ready and Able: Boston’s called ‘The Hub’ for a reason, but other markets are rising thanks to rising costs at the top. 10/29/2015
Innovation: Full Disclosure: Companies and institutions like to hold onto IP for all it's worth. But could they be squeezing the life out of innovation? 10/28/2015
Medical Devices: Risk Mitigators: The newest healthcare hubs from UPS show the logistics needs of life sciences firms can run hot and cold. 10/28/2015
Briefly Bio: New Development, Lilly in NYC, Healthcare Investors in Nashville, Rise in Marijuana, NIH in African Medical Research and More! 10/28/2015
Hoosier Energy: Every Layer Counts: In Hoosier Energy territory, logistics and talent are every bit as central to economic development as power use. 10/22/2015
The Mid-Atlantic: Might Makes Sites Right: Even in the midst of a drawdown, military installations help regional economies soar. 10/15/2015
Military & Defense Industry: Refreshed Links: The 25th U.S. Secretary of Defense calls for a restoration of productive ties between the military and industry. 10/15/2015
Natural Gas: Look What We Found: P&G discovers more than water, wood and workforce at its biggest global plant in Pennsylvania. 10/9/2015
Wind Power: Siemens Cuxhaven Germany: Siemens is investing around €200 million to a wind turbine manufacturing facility in Cuxhaven, Germany. 10/9/2015
Energy Matters: Texas Sweet Spot, Palm Bay Batteries, Florida Clean Energy Win, Missouri's Energy Plan Recommendations and More! 10/9/2015
Tennessee Valley Authority: True Story: TVA’s designated data center sites have plenty to lure corporate interest, but the story was the hook that caught a big fish named Google. 10/8/2015
Wired Locations: The Slow Data Movement: Just kidding. There’s no slowing down Google Fiber — unless you count the queue of cities who want it, or the quicksand of government regulations. 10/8/2015
Online Insider: Uncaged: New statistics from the International Federation of Robotics illustrate converging patterns of data, efficiency and demand. 10/1/2015
Florida Power & Light: The Tech Connection: To serve customers and help them grow, FPL and the state it calls home look to high-tech solutions. 10/1/2015
Southeast: Secret Sauce: Haven’t worked with your state’s MEP? Maybe it’s time to start. 9/24/2015
Disease: Tapestry of Healing: Carrying signatures and hope from an entire state, the beams at the core of a new cancer center are raised in Omaha. 9/23/2015
Tourism: Offshore Care: A brief visit to the fast-changing world of medical tourism 9/23/2015
Briefly Bio: Saltwater Crops in Deserts; India BioPharma, CooperVision's Growth; AstraZeneca’s Growth, and More! 9/23/2015
Online Insider: GE - Corporate Refugee: The US giant offshores hundreds of jobs because of the failure to authorize the US Export-Import Bank. 9/17/2015
Logistics & Distribution: Speed Rules: Site selection is critical as fast delivery becomes more important in the B-to-B market. 9/10/2015
Power: The Power of the Panda: A Dallas-based private equity firm grows its power generation assets to keep up with growth in North Texas. 9/9/2015
Solar: Excuse Me for Growing: Clean energy plans are bad for business — except when they're not. 9/9/2015
Energy Matters: Cemtrex into Energy, Fluor and PTT in Ohio, MOOC, TVA Energy Makeover and Much More! 9/9/2015
Online Insider: High-Wage Tinder: Tired of playing the field? Data may help your city or company find the best match. 9/3/2015
Canada's Best Locations: Wonderlands: Canada’s outposts of the creative economy help drive these territories to the top. 9/1/2015
Top Utilities: The Class of 2015: Here are some highlights from the 10 leaders in their field, presented in alphabetical order 9/1/2015
Pharmaceuticals: Repeat Customer:Novo Nordisk's 'Bright Sky' will help North Carolina continue to shine. 8/31/2015
Logistics: Freeze It!: Cold-chain improvements are afoot on both sides of the Atlantic. 8/31/2015
Research: Learning Environments: Two announcements from one company show the power of university partnerships to further company and area competitiveness. 8/31/2015
Briefly Bio: SBA Grant in Philadelphia, NJ Pharma/Life Sciences Report, South Korea Tax Breaks and More! 8/31/2015
The Trade Coast: Closer Than You Think: The Pacific Northwest’s ties with Asian companies and cultures only grow stronger with each passing year. 8/20/2015
Online Insider: Greener Pastures: The EB-5 immigrant investor program is surrounded by questions. Some see it as one of the answers. 8/6/2015
Portugal: Poised to Prosper: Higher education infrastructure and a new incentives regime nurture a new generation of R&D in Portugal. 8/6/2015
Renewables: Changing the Landscape: Welspun's trail of investments in its home country is more than a well-spun tale. 8/5/2015
Workforce: Power Propositions: Events in Pennsylvania and California highlight models for talent development. 8/5/2015
Oil & Gas: Fetching a Future: Will Ghana be able to reel in economic development success from a resource just offshore? 8/5/2015
Energy Matters: Electricity Generation Profiles, Bill Gates and the Pope, Desal and el sol, and more. 8/5/2015
Southeast Asia: Next Level: Cambodia’s Minister of Commerce moves fast with reforms so that new FDI will move faster to his homeland. 7/30/2015
Manufacturing: Body of Work: Yesterday it was 'Shark Tank,' today it's the world for a Florida-born manufacturer of synthetic humans. 7/24/2015
Medical Devices: Rich Vein: As MicroVention comes home to Aliso Viejo, its Japanese parent company feels increasingly at home in California. 7/24/2015
Policy: Blame Canada?: A global consultancy issues two new reports on global biopharma competitiveness, finding the US tops and its northern neighbor wanting. 7/24/2015
Briefly Bio: NMBS in Cuba, COFEPRIS, Colliers in Houston, and More 7/24/2015
Online Insider: This is a Huge story: No really, it is. 7/23/2015
Louisiana: Learning Curves:All politics aside, it’s workforce and training that continues to cinch deals. 7/23/2015
Mobility: Garage Culture: Look to these paragons of green parking to shift your sustainability efforts out of idle. 7/10/2015
Energy Matters: A Global Energy Transformation, West Africa's Hunger for Power and more... 7/10/2015
Online Insider: Trophy Case: More than mere deal-closers, law firms themselves are kind of a big deal. 7/9/2015
Advanced Manufacturing: Perfect Match: Put analytics and the assembly line together, and watch the sparks fly. 7/9/2015
Corporate Real Estate Technology: Deep Dive: Could drones be the next-gen tool for evaluating sites? 6/30/2015
Innovation Districts: On the Move:Two years after its initial vision, DMC is now taking shape in MN. 6/29/2015
Plant Science: Open to Growth: Think RTP is aging? Bayer CropScience's investments indicate it's in the flower of youth. 6/29/2015
Biotech: Galapagos Evolves in France : Galapagos Evolves in France reports that a Paris-area life sciences hub moved fast to meet a Belgian biotech firm's needs. 6/29/2015
Briefly Bio: Bio in NY Tax Free Program, Bone Therapeutics to Open USA, Analysis of NIH Grants, and More! 6/29/2015
Online Insider: Dreaming Big Again: A Hudson River site once home to thousands of IBMers is positioned for a reboot 60 years after its debut. 6/26/2015
Energy Efficiency: Boston Uncommon:Beantown is the only city to top 80 points in newly released biannual energy efficiency rankings. 6/9/2015
Storage: Batteries Included:Projects in Indiana and elsewhere aim to find new ways to store energy from renewable power generation plants. 6/9/2015
Solar: Shining in All Directions: It's been a busy spring for SunEdison. 6/9/2015
Energy Matters: ComEd, Ireland Biomass Plant, EPA on Fracking, Crime in Bakken, and More! 6/9/2015
Online Insider: The Doraville Explorers:Hopes are high for the multimodal, multifaceted redevelopment of a former GM assembly site in Greater Atlanta, beginning with a new entertainment production studio. 5/28/2015
Briefly Bio: West Pharm Growth, Science Translational Medicine, Cleveland, and More! 5/22/2015
Vaccines: Time for Planting: Medicago scales up at its home base. 5/22/2015
Biotech: Let It Snow: Vermont's Northeast Kingdom grooms the slopes for foreign investors. 5/22/2015
Healthcare: Patrimony and Progress: Part of an organizational and civic transformation, the largest hospital move in Canadian history makes record time in Montreal. 5/22/2015
Online Insider: Next Level: Cambodia's Minister of Commerce moves fast with reforms so that new FDI will move faster to his homeland. 5/14/2015
Renewables: Be Your Own Utility: A glimpse of the latest top performers in onsite renewable power generation 5/12/2015
Law: Anywhere But Here: A major fine offers multinationals a learning opportunity about why location matters when it comes to international economic sanctions. 5/12/2015
Oil & Gas: Clean Slate: Vertex Rail's well-timed project will employ 1,300 in Wilmington. 5/12/2015
Energy Matters: Alberta, Oklahoma, CBECS, Data Centers, Scotland, and More 5/12/2015
Online Insider: Learning to Fly: Which of these small towns has what it takes to rise above the rest? 5/1/2015
Medical Devices: New Neighborhood: A growing Olympus division consolidates and refreshes its Minnesota operations. 4/30/2015
Nuclear Medicine: Need Mo-99: A new facility coming to Florida is one part of a national push to supply enough of a critical medical isotope by the time the primary supplier in Canada shuts down in 2018. 4/30/2015
R&D: Reverberations: New research on research illustrates the economic significance of IP protection, among other innovation policy measures. 4/30/2015
Briefly Bio: Winchester Plant, Petersburg Open, New Jersey, North Carolina and More 4/30/2015
Online Insider: Corridor Conversation: An impromptu talk with the head of Canada's national rail service provides insights that are anything but off-the-cuff. 4/16/2015
Petrochemicals: The Tipping Point: Sasol breaks ground for its nearly $9-billion investment in Southwest Louisiana, and continues to break new ground in workforce development. 4/7/2015
Waste to Energy: Slow Burn: Thousands of landfills nationwide contain mountains of methane that could be turned into energy. 4/7/2015
Energy Matters: LNG, Smart Grids, Offshore Wind, MISO and More 4/7/2015
South Carolina: Putting on the Miles: Business-friendly policies offer traction to international tire companies, among other global players. 4/2/2015
Headquarters: The Ultimate Hub: GSK will invest in a new global headquarters for Asia. 3/31/2015
Institutions: Ecosystems for Innovation: NIH and its partners double down on commercializing university research. 3/31/2015
Diabetes: Sweet Spot: Denmark's Novo Nordisk may soon be expanding further in the United States. 3/31/2015
Briefly Bio: CRO, Markets, Michigan, New Jersey, and More 3/31/2015
Online Insider: Automatic Transmission: Robotics and automation firms look to Asia and to smaller companies for growth, and create jobs along the way. 3/17/2015
Clean Energy: Clean Numbers: A trio of studies attempts to put some flesh on the bones of clean-energy claims in North Carolina. 3/11/2015
Bioenergy: Waste Naught: Nexterra's innovative bioenergy plant is one solution helping the University of British Columbia achieve its lofty sustainability goals. 3/11/2015
Industrial Sites: Rare Breeds: Seventy manufacturing plants across the United States join an exclusive club. Twenty communities hope to join one too. 3/11/2015
Energy Matters: Oil-filled Railcars, renewables, Shale in Europe and more 3/11/2015
Online Insider: Unearthed Glory: Detroit could be on the path from bankruptcy to boom. For now it's one step at a time. 3/5/2015
Briefly Bio: News about Ocean Health Index, PhRMA, Canadian biotech 2/16/2015
Plant Science: Canadian Home Grown: Site Selection has been tracking new plants for decades - but not plants like these. 2/16/2015
Medical Devices: 'Obvious Choice': A spinal medical device firm stays in Leesburg, but moves to a new neighborhood aligned with its growth curve. 2/16/2015
R&D: Not an Island: A North Carolina-based CRO continues to grow in Ireland and worldwide. 2/16/2015
Energy Matters: News about a Reuters investigation, real estate, Weld County, and much more! 2/4/2015
Electric Vehicles: Can You Charge Me Now?: New programs on either US coast and smack in between them aim to make it easier for EVs to go station to station. 2/4/2015
Buildings: Green Space Scorecard: New rankings revealed today show which states' human beings benefited the most from new LEED-certified space in 2014. 2/4/2015
Storage: Vroom, Vroom: An emerging company picks a re-emerging site in a resurgent metro area. 2/4/2015
Clusters: Trifecta: The odds of Louisville being a healthcare capital continue to grow more favorable. 1/23/2015
Briefly Bio: News about R&D, tobacco, University of Kentucky, and much more! 1/23/2015
Disease: Shot In the Arm: A new vaccine supply chain partnership is just one sign of life sciences and healthcare progress coming out of Davos this week. 1/23/2015
Healthcare: Inside the Outskirts: Two healthcare-related companies find homes on the fringes of major Texas metros. 1/23/2015
Sky's the Limit: Global Logistic Properties has grown up fast. 1/15/2015
Solar: Welcome to the Family: A new solar power plant in Utah joins the global project lists of Google and Norway's Scatec Solar. 1/9/2015
Smart Grid: Back at the Ranch: A new town is about to pop up in southwestern Florida, and energy innovation is at its heart. 1/9/2015
Coal: Coal Can't Move: But the power to move it is in policymakers' hands. 1/9/2015
Logistics: Small Project, Big Trends: A US firm's newest global node takes shape in the Netherlands. 12/12/2014
Biologics: Twin Engines: AstraZeneca and MedImmune continue to find Maryland optimal for pipeline development. 12/12/2014
Briefly Bio: News about Virginia, medicine development, a fast-growing food biology lab, and much more! 12/12/2014
Disease: The Ebola Effect: The data show how diseased economies affect livelihoods as well as life itself. 12/12/2014
Aerospace & Defense: Launch Pad: Visions of the future build on California's formidable aerospace past. 12/8/2014
Online Insider: Look Homeward: The co-chair of Transportation for America offers a small-town perspective on transport hubs as economic development drivers. 11/20/2014
Briefly Bio: News about Belgium's UCB and JLL, Cerner's huge move forward, and much more! 11/17/2014
Profile: 'You Can't Get Married to Stuff': A visit with Youssef Bennani of Vertex Pharmaceuticals in Québec 11/17/2014
Biopharma: Splitting the Difference: Baxter's new center in Cambridge will draw talent from Austria and California. 11/17/2014
Biopharma: Follow the Demand: Whether the territory is emerging or at the top of the heap, GE's recent investments have it covered. 11/17/2014
Online Insider: The Time Is Now: Visionary leaders and innovative programs show you how to find and welcome military veterans to your company's workforce. 11/6/2014
Workforce Development: Match Game: A new law helps prepare workers for the labor force and enables businesses to find skilled personnel. 11/3/2014
Travel & Tourism: Destination Scorecard: A report from the United Nations documents where tourists come from, and where they're going. 10/23/2014
Briefly Bio: News about Supply chain insights, San Diego's biotech VC, and much more! 10/10/2014
Therapeutics: Firm Foundation: CSL Behring continues to expand its four-site global network. 10/10/2014
Ecosystems: Checkup of the Seas: The third annual Ocean Health Index ranks 220 areas on criteria at the core of planetary life. 10/10/2014
Online Insider: Multiple Visions: The billions and the visionaries keep flocking to Buffalo. Really. 10/9/2014
Online Insider: Hello Springfield: "The Simpsons" and Site Selection's New Plant Database both were launched 25 years ago, and both continue to provide insights into the Springfields of the world. 9/25/2014
Robotics: Degrees of Freedom: Robotics and mechatronics quietly sizzle in Pittsburgh. 9/19/2014
Briefly Bio: News about National Geographic, Virginia's health systems, and much more! 9/19/2014
Biopharma: Baxter's Boom: Investments in Alabama and Singapore are the latest salvos from the Illinois-based life sciences giant. 9/19/2014
Health: Waistline Watch: New obesity rankings tell you if your state is one of the biggest losers. 9/19/2014
Online Insider: Perfect Fit: Playing with blocks is the ultimate business model for an innovative building solution. 9/11/2014
Profile: Light Bulbs: The first in a series of profiles of young life sciences leaders. 8/15/2014
Briefly Bio: News about A new HQ in Colorado, WalletHub's ranking of states, and much more! 8/15/2014
Discovery: The Phoenix of Québec: NEOMED brings instant pain relief to life sciences R&D in Greater Montréal. 8/15/2014
Clusters: Coast to Coast: As its partnership with Alexandria deepens, Accelerator aims to have a facilities edge in both Seattle and the Big Apple. 8/15/2014
Online Insider: Open Season: A Siemens insider walks us through what happens when 48,000 people come out from behind the desk. 8/14/2014
Online Insider: Cliffhanger: Will LG's new campus ruin the Palisades of New Jersey? Depends on your (point of) view. 7/31/2014
Policy: Under the Microscope: Major corporate takeovers that allow for the 'enhanced access to cash' that comes with moving abroad draw scrutiny, but might also drive growth. 7/21/2014
Biotech: Smart Move: San Diego acts fast to keep the lights on at Illumina. 7/18/2014
Clusters: More Than a Snapshot: Jones Lang LaSalle’s latest cluster analysis shows why digging deep is worth it. 7/18/2014
Briefly Bio: News about Medacta in Chicago, Battelle's new bioscience findings, and much more! 7/18/2014
Online Insider: Bridges to Tomorrow: Along with more manufacturing and R&D, VW brings its 'codetermination culture' to Tennessee. 7/17/2014
Online Insider: Illuminate Me: At Independence LED, lighting the way to the future is a family tradition. 7/3/2014
Online Insider: Do the Locomotion: New research on walkability and livability may puncture your preconceptions about the suburbs. 6/20/2014
Briefly Bio: News about Pfizer, pharmaceuticals, Charleston, and much more! 6/18/2014
Blood & Plasma: They Want Your Blood: Korea’s Green Cross makes a major investment in Quebec. 6/18/2014
Universities: Higher Learning, Higher Earning: An update on life sciences projects unfolding at a campus near you. 6/18/2014
Agriculture: Meet Me in St. Louis: A German agricultural science leader plants its flag in the US Midwest. 6/18/2014
Online Insider: Gloom vs. Bloom: It's just the beginning. But for some, the EPA's Clean Power Plan announced this week might as well be the end. 6/5/2014
Online Insider: Are You Ready to Compete Too?: Joining the fray of competitiveness scorecards, new rankings from Switzerland's IMD rate 60 countries based on 338 criteria. 5/22/2014
Briefly Bio: News about WuXi PharmaTech, Spark Therapeutics, Purdue University, and much more! 5/19/2014
M&A: On the Rise: Sun Pharma's pending acquisition of Ranbaxy will further boost an Indian pharma giant's worldwide footprint. 5/19/2014
Emerging Markets: Economic Immunity: GSK announces a multifaceted plan to foster good health and good jobs in Africa. 5/19/2014
Online Insider: We’ll Go Ahead Without You, Okay?: While US corporate leaders are told to avoid a major Russian forum, Poland hosts its own get-together. 5/8/2014
Supply Chain: Hot Times for the Cold Chain: At the fast-growing UPS Healthcare division, getting in network gets easier by the day. 4/25/2014
Briefly Bio: News about Novartis, GSK, Lilly and more! 4/25/2014
Online Insider: Are You Ready to Compete?: New reports will help you find the answer. 4/24/2014
Online Insider: No Shelf Life: Snapshots and insights from the cubed and slotted universe of retail logistics. 3/27/2014
Briefly Bio: News about Job across Europe, An Italian firm in Turkey, and much more! 3/24/2014
Education: STEM Sells: If you're looking for science, technology, engineering and math skills, Indiana figures you're going to need teachers who know how to teach them. 3/24/2014
Disease: Tracking Down a Monster: Germany’s Fresenius locates new dialysis products manufacturing in Knoxville, part of a worldwide push to catch up to a pandemic 3/24/2014
Biopharma: Singapore Spin: A tripling of headcount in the Southeast Asian city-state will help AbbVie keep up with its tripled pipeline. 3/24/2014
Online Insider: Blue, Blue Window: A new report documents the reach of the nation’s coastal zones. 3/13/2014
Briefly Bio: Stories about State healthcare workforce strategies and more! 2/28/2014
Facilities: Facility Yoga: Life sciences firms are among the leaders introducing workspace flexibility into aging building portfolios. 2/28/2014
R&D: The Israeli Connection: Multiple activities by Merck KGaA highlight one tiny country's R&D leadership. 2/28/2014
Online Insider: Hawaiian Beehive: The redevelopment of the Kaka’ako district of Hawaii is under way, and a 50-year-old IBM building is playing a key role. 2/20/2014
Online Insider: Checkup Time: New analysis can help corporate location evaluators better understand the fiscal health of the states they inhabit - or wish to inhabit. 2/6/2014
Briefly Bio: Colorado, Kazakhstan, and more. 1/31/2014
Healthcare: Not a Prison: A vision care company decides to stay and grow in California after all, and it’s not alone. 1/31/2014
Healthcare: Australian for Infrastructure: The president of Lend Lease Americas offers some thought - provoking insights on partnership and the fast-approaching future of healthcare. 1/31/2014
Wellness: Dig Deeper: What distinguishes the 100 healthiest workplaces in the United States? The company ranked first shares some insights. 1/31/2014
And the Winner Is...Me.: An index of human capital from the World Economic Forum finds the organization’s home territory at the top of the world. 1/23/2014
Nice Threads: Driven by a range of factors, textile firm investments in the US inch upward as the present catches up to the past. 1/9/2014
Keep It Clean Out There: What the latest Corruption Perceptions Index might mean for your global site selection strategy. 12/5/2013
Policy: Actions Speak Loudest: A new report and database track which states are doing what in the clean energy sector. 11/13/2013
All Hands on Deck: The inaugural SelectUSA Investment Summit featured some compelling discussion and even some news amid the cheerleading. 11/7/2013
Making History: It's that time of year when makes news by the millions of square feet. But it's not all about the warehouses. 10/24/2013
New Worlds Discover Columbus: Just in time for Columbus Day, we track where corporate investors are sending landing parties to places graced with the explorer’s name. 10/10/2013
Shoreline in Sight: The evidence builds for domestic sourcing of BPO and IT services. 9/26/2013
That Was Epic: A rollicking weekend of mountain biking and more on Colorado's Western Slope is only the trailhead for a national expansion. 9/12/2013
The Human Touch: Two tenant rep firms weigh in on what they see and don't see in the corporate real estate technology field. 8/8/2013
A Place for Pioneers: Projects from the Exploratorium and Autodesk embody the spirit and the requirements of San Francisco's 'maker' community. 7/25/2013
What's In a Name?: Independence, that's what. 6/27/2013
Double Harvest: North Dakota is the latest in a string of 'nitrogenous zones' attracting billion-dollar fertilizer plants. 6/13/2013
Balls In the Air: Two golf ball plants in two states are expanding not far from Augusta National. 4/11/2013
Home Run: A new baseball team and stadium show El Paso's ready to play ball. 3/28/2013
Road to Somewhere: Astana's hosting of the World Expo in 2017 may prove to be more than just a showcase. 3/14/2013
Mutual Benefit: A new HQ is on the horizon for La-Z-Boy. The land deal behind it will help others ‘live life comfortably.’ 2/7/2013
Open Windows, Open Doors: While Washington dithers, cities roll out their own visions of immigration policy and its role in economic development. 1/24/2013
The Return: Amid bleak indicators, the bright lure of energy may point the way forward for U.S. manufacturing. 12/6/2012
Ready to Roll: A massive plant opens in California to process a massively popular brand of fruit. 11/20/2012
Get Out, and Come Back Soon: The Ralls decision provides a window onto U.S-China relations and the unfolding story of Chinese FDI in America. 10/24/2012
Seeking First Light: A groundbreaking astronomy project has a few earthly obstacles to clear before breaking ground on Hawaii’s most hallowed mountain. 9/13/2012
Fresh Start: Seven years after Katrina struck its plant and its people, a global water purification company comes home to Louisiana. 8/23/2012
Further Action: RACER Trust looks to convene new industrial activity across a huge portfolio of former GM properties. 6/28/2012
Magnetic Attraction: Quebec may land a new rare-earths separation facility, if all the right pieces can fall into place. 6/7/2012
Road to Redemption: One year after an EF-5 tornado obliterated the town, things are looking up in Smithville, Mississippi. 4/26/2012
Shedding Light: Could transparent reporting in economic development be a key to transparent and solid partnerships? 3/22/2012
Return to Sender: Redevelopment opportunities lurk behind the looming closure of hundreds of Postal Service properties. 3/8/2012
Family Ties: North America’s easternmost corner aligns its assets and its megaprojects. 2/9/2012
More Than Good Signs: Our downstairs neighbor moves on to a new worldwide headquarters. 1/25/2012
The Pressure Builds: Need to go where the water is? Need to know where the water is? Either way, you need to read this. 1/12/2012
Reform School Showdown: When it comes to corporate tax reform, Washington wonks differ on who needs to clean up their act. 11/10/2011
Going Up?: New projects making Kevlar, tires and elevators put a bounce into South Carolina's economy. 10/13/2011
Nashville Rising: A year after devastating floodwaters struck Music City, we take a look back at a model local disaster response, and why one area company decided to rebuild instead of relocate. 9/29/2011
GM's Summer of Love: Driven by efficiency gains, fuel-efficiency goals, promising sales and pure momentum, GM spends its summer spending money on its plants. 8/11/2011
Sky Roots: Looking deep into the universe requires a rather large earthbound footprint, and a whole lot of quiet. 7/28/2011
State of the States: A Fresh Look: The following pages highlight recent corporate facility projects, new laws and incentives policies, updated FDI figures, wages, employment, demographics and Recovery Act funds facts in one easy-to-digest compendium. 1/4/2010

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