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July 2011 In the Right Direction: “My administration has made it a priority to transform our state’s previously hostile business climate,” New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie tells Site Selection.
April 2011 End Game:Zappos.com brings a growing headquarters — and a healthier brand of fun — to downtown Las Vegas.
October 2010 'Survivor: The Cape': After nearly a decade of tests and obstacles, Cape Wind is on the brink of reality.
October 2010 Super Summer: Three major projects show Louisiana's mojo working across a diverse mix of industries.
September 2010 Through the Mill: Investors take a chance on redeveloping multiple pulp and paper mill sites in Canada
January 2010 Shifting Gears: Technology will control growth as the sector awaits recovery.

January 21, 2010 Shifting Gears
August 25, 2009 Mexico Gets Juiced
January 12, 2009 Turning a Waterway into an Economic Lifeline

November 6, 2008 Roll, Steel, Roll; Barely Saved from Shutdown, S.C. Plant Now Poised to Expand
July 21, 2008 The Original Melting Pot
April 7, 2008 Batteries: Putting a Charge into Local Economies
January 03, 2008 Akron's Very Goodyear; Illinois Lands FutureGen; Dutch and Koreans Like Auburn-Opelika
April 07, 2008 Batteries: Putting a Charge into Local Economies

September 08, 2007 P&G's Big Utah Bounty; Boshoku's North American Blitz
August 20, 2007 Michelin's $1.1-Billion North American Retread
June 28, 2007 Downsizing Chrysler Speeds Up Expansion
March 22, 2007 Hyundai's Cross-Border Commerce; Pactiv Picks Upstate NY for Hefty Expansion; Smiths Aerospace Elevates with Another North Carolina Expansion
February 1, 2007 Half Done, All Gone: Lilly Cancels $325M Virginia Plant

November 22, 2006 Growing by Degrees: 1,200 More Call Center Jobs Coming to Ottawa; IWCO Buys Soon- Closed NC Plant, Saving 440 Jobs, Adding 100 More; ACCO Brands Adding 350 Employees In Multi- Building Mississippi Expansion
September 21, 2006 EADS' Massive Passage to India: A $2.6-Billion Expansion, 2,000 New Jobs; Nokia Rings Up South Florida For Latin Headquarters Relocation; Lafarge's $291-Million Expansion Cements South Carolina Plant's Future
July 31, 2006 Google's Location Logic Ranks Michigan Site Top Result for 1,000-Worker Sales HQ; The British MG Returns . . . Revived by a Chinese Firm and Built in an Oklahoma Plant; Sister Act: Chris-Craft, Indian Motorcycle Cruising into Same North Carolina City with Expansions
June 1, 2006 UPS's $1-Billion Louisville Deal Tops Region's Package-Delivery Blitz
March 30, 2006 Back Home Again in Indiana
February 16, 2006 Pick Your Material — Brick and Tile Makers Build in Multiple States

December 1, 2005 Lafarge Grows Again in Kentucky; Flying High with GKN; Timken to Invest $27 Million in North Carolina
September 15, 2005 A Good Week If You're Named Marietta; A Wyeth Landscape; Four Cities Welcome Lowe's Distribution Expansions
August 15, 2005 U.K. Ingredient Company Finds Right Mix in Tennessee, Indiana; Stone Wool Firm Picks Pican; While Production Blossoms Out West, BD Distributes Capital to Indiana Too
August 11, 2005 Eminent Domain Case in Washington State a 'Win-Win'; Multibillion-dollar Refinery Expansions to Lubricate Chinese Machine; N.C. Has Some Pineapple With Its Cheesecake; HSBC Mortgage Unit Moves HQ to South Carolina;
July 18, 2005 Multibillion-dollar Refinery Expansions to Lubricate Chinese Machine; Lafarge to Invest US$100 million in Aceh, Yanbu plants; Survey Says: Swedish and Swiss precision instrument firms expand (and retract) in U.S.; Work Proceeds on $440-Million Alcoa Australia Project
June 20, 2005 Hitting for the Cycle; Optimal for Optical; Orienteering
June 6, 2005 Kentucky Hits Trifecta; Far From the Final Turn; C It Move
May 23, 2005 Quebec Gets Theirs; Success Hovers Over Nova Scotia; Toyota's Appalachian Spring
May 9, 2005 Miles of Code Before I Sleep; Avery Dennison Sticks With Tradition; Don't Find Us, We'll Find You
April 28, 2005 Johnson Controls Takes Measured Approach to Michigan Expansions; Rack Maker Racks Up Square Footage; Coming to a Complete Stop in Kentucky; Hey, Noni Noni;
April 11, 2005 Arby's HQ Could Be Bound for Atlanta; Power Plants and Gypsum: Together Again; Irvine’s Just Fine With Kia
February 14, 2005 $600M Airbus Plant Could Land in Boeing's Backyard; GM Investing $98 Million in Indy Plant Upgrade; Wal-Mart's 600-Job Center Also Heads Hoosiers' Way
January 31, 2005 GM Investing $175 Million, Adding 200 Jobs at Indiana Plant; Final Four: Bombardier's Search Narrows for 2,500-Worker Plant; US Airways Picks North Carolina for Customer-Service Consolidation
January 17, 2005 Utilicraft Aerospace Plans to Bring 1,000 Jobs to New Mexico; AXA Keeping 700 Syracuse Jobs, Adding 300 More; Hill's Scratches Topeka Growth Itch with $30-Million HQ, R&D Expansions
January 3, 2005 Altec Picks Tiny Tar Heel Town for 300-Worker Plant; Ticketed for Shutdown, SW Virginia Plant Survives, Will Add 100 Jobs; BASF Picks Southwest Texas for New-Tech Polymer Plant

December 13, 2004 Japan's Shin-Etsu Plans $971M PVC Plant in Louisiana or Texas; Big Shot: Emergent's 400-Worker Anthrax Vaccine Plant Maryland-Bound; Visteon's Consolidation Creates Major Expansions in Detroit, Nashville
November 29, 2004 Massive & Multimodal: 1,671-Acre AllianceTexas Expansion Could Create 10,000 Jobs, Pump It Up: Novo's $100-Million Carolina Expansion Creating 187 New Jobs; American Woodmark Does Maryland Again with New 250- Worker Operation
November 8, 2004 North Carolina Gets Final Dell Decision on 1,500-Worker PC Plant, Kubota Keeps on Tractorin' With New 500-Worker Plant in NE Georgia; Update: Pixar's Huge California HQ Project Gets Voters' Thumbs-Up;
October 25, 2004 Wind-Energy Giant Gamesa Bringing U.S. HQ, Up to 1,000 Jobs to Pennsylvania; LG Chem Picks Peach State for First U.S. Manufacturing Plant; Office Depot Suspends New $100-Million HQ Project;
October 10, 2004 Toyota Chugs a Big V8: a $250-million, 300-Job Expansion in Alabama; Martin Lumber Decides to Stay in Louisiana, Invest $223.5 Million, Add 215 Jobs; Hugo Neu Signs 20-Year Contract, Will Build NYC Recycling Plant
September 20, 2004 Border Crossing: IT Firm Internosis Moving HQ, 250 Jobs to Maryland; Burns & McDonnell Adding 350 to 400 Jobs in Kansas City; Company Once Looked Connecticut-Bound
August 30, 2004 Zumbiel Bringing 465 Manufacturing Jobs to Kentucky ; plus: GM Adding 280 Workers, New Saturn Model in $203-Million Kansas Expansion; Southern Shift: Steel Dynamics' Florida Fabrication Plant Will Employ 175
August 16, 2004 Merck Adding 800 R&D Jobs in SE Pennsylvania; plus: After Threatening Shutdown, Agrium Moving Ahead with $24M Alberta Expansion; Michelin’s $31M Nova Scotia Expansion Draws Both Bouquets, Barbs
August 2, 2004 Jostens Adding As Many as 510 Jobs in Kansas and Tennessee; plus: Wachovia, Trendwest Bringing 700 New Jobs to Salem, Ore.; Mando’s Rapid-Fire Alabama Expansion Adding 170 More Jobs, Relocating HQ
July 19, 2004 American Woodmark Picks Hard-Hit Maryland Area for 500-Worker Plant; plus: Dell Doing Alberta for 500-Worker Customer Contact Center; Software Firm Aelera Decides to ‘Home-Shore’ 250 Jobs in Georgia
July 05, 2004 Direct General Adding 1,500+ New Jobs at Louisiana Processing Center; plus: Berlex Building $60M Biotech Plant in NW Washington State; Hershey's $48M, 110-Job Expansion Headed for Virginia
June 21, 2004 U-Turn: Union Tank Car's $100M, 850-Worker Plant Goes to Louisiana; plus: Straumann Keeps U.S. HQ in Mass.; Furniture Firm's 517,000-SF Distribution Center Takes a Big Seat in NW Indiana
June 7, 2004 U.S. Xpress Adding 500 to 1,000 Jobs at East Tenn. HQ; plus: Schering-Plough Developing North NJ Site for 1,700 Employees; Hino Motors Will Build New East Arkansas Plant, but Specifics Are Scarce
May 24, 2004 Dreyer's $100M Calif. Expansion Creating Largest U.S. Ice Cream Plant; plus: Exedy America Growing Again in East Tennessee; U.S. Bank Bringing 500-Employee Call Center to North Idaho
May 10, 2004 Citgo's Relocated HQ, $828M Refinery Expansion; plus: Historic Ford/GM Alliance Secures 1,100 Jobs at Three Michigan, Ohio Plants; T-Mobile USA's Kansas City Expansion Continues America-Only Call Center Strategy
April 19, 2004 Electrolux Picks Juarez for 3,000-Worker Plant; plus: Rapidly Expanding Omnicare Adding 240 Kentucky HQ Employees; Ferguson Meets Its Waterloo (Iowa) for $21M, 180-Employee Distribution Center
April 5, 2004 Answer Group's Louisiana Center Could Create 1,300 Jobs; plus: ConAgra Adding 440 Omaha Jobs
as Part of Reorganization; Ford's $73M Expansion of Louisville Plant Will Add 100-150 Jobs
March 22, 2004 Federal Jeans Finds Right Fit in NYC, Will Add 200 Jobs; plus: 250 Zimmer Holdings Jobs Headed to Hoosierland; Homegrown Allen Foods Hatching $20M, 175-Worker Delaware Expansion
March 1, 2004 Reliable Automatic Sprinkler Showering 350 Jobs on South Carolina; plus: French Firm Picks Mississippi Delta for 250-Worker Plant; Avidyne Picks Florida's Space Coast for 180-Worker Avionics Expansion
February 16, 2004 ATG's 200-Employee Plant Adding to Albuquerque's Growing Aviation Cluster; plus: New JV Creating 200 Jobs at Mercedes' Alabama Logistics Center; BAE Systems' Consolidation Adding 150 Connecticut Jobs
February 2, 2004 AAA Takes Sharp Turn , and 750 Jobs , into Delaware; plus: CertainTeed's New West Sacramento Window Plant Will Employ Up to 500; SUMCO Adding 260 Jobs in $51-Million Cincinnati Expansion
January 19, 2004 Supreme Industries Bringing 120 Manufacturing Jobs to Northern Oregon; plus: National Semiconductor Adding 100 Jobs at Maine Operation; Michigan Mounts Fierce Fight, but Huge Electrolux Plant Still Mexico-Bound
January 5, 2004 DVD-Maker Cinram Setting Up in Nashville, May Employ Up to 600; plus: T-Mobile's New Idaho Call Center
Will Create 600-Plus Jobs; Kohl's Picks Central Georgia for 300-Worker Distribution Center

December 15, 2003 Omega Buys Soon-to-Close Tenn. Plant, Plans to Add 450 More Workers; plus: Mills/Mack-Cali Inks Deal to Develop $1.3B Meadowlands Xanadu; Israeli-based A.F.G. Wipes Picks North Carolina for First U.S. Plant
December 1, 2003 Whirlpool Eyeing Mexico after $100M Investment in U.S. Manufacturing; plus: Toyota's Kentucky HQ Expansion; Beef Processor EVP Relocating HQ from Nebraska to Kansas
November 17, 2003 J.P. Morgan Rings Up Western Canada for 850-Worker Call Center; plus: Dow Corning Consolidating Operations to Form New Unit in Michigan; VW Announces New Mexican Truck/Bus Plant
October 27, 2003 Cardinal Glass Returns to Virginia with Plant That May Employ 300; plus: Auto Supplier Eakas Arkansas Traveling with 250-Worker Plant; Siemens Does Dallas for New Broadband Unit's HQ
October 13, 2003 CarMax Cruises, But Opts to Keep HQ Parked in Virginia; plus: Gordon Food Taps Louisville, Ky., Metro for $79-Million, 280-Worker Distribution Center; GOJO Gets North Carolina Mojo Working with New 250-Worker Plant
September 29, 2003 $177M Hyundai Subsidiary HQ Tops Michigan's Auto-Sector Win Streak ; plus: Ford's St. Louis Plant Ducks Reaper, Gets Reprieve through '07; Devon Energy Mounting $400M Alberta Oil Project
September 15, 2003 Heckler & Koch Gun Plant May Trigger 500-600 Jobs; plus: Angelica Textile Services' Phoenix Plant Could Employ 300; BioStorage Technologies Picks Indy for 100-Employee HQ, Storage Site
September 1, 2003 Columbia Sportswear Picks Kentucky for New Distribution Center; plus: Sirenza Relocates Silicon Valley HQ, 220 Jobs to Metro Denver; Bard Centralizing Distribution, Adding 130 Workers in Metro Atlanta
August 18, 2003 JetBlue Picks Orlando for 150-Worker Training Center, Hangar; plus: Hardie's Hearty U.S. Expansion: New Sacramento Plant Part of $100M Plan; Quebecor's 100-Worker Iowa Expansion
August 4, 2003 Max Home's 275-Worker Plant Pulls Up Chair in Northeast Mississippi; plus: Incentives Help Sway Mitsuba's Michigan Choice for Testing/Research Center; Toyota Pondering On-Site San Antonio Supplier Plant
July 21, 2003 $45M Apartment Buy Underlines Allure of $1.8B AOL Time Warner Center; plus: Embraer Opening 200-Worker Plant in Jacksonville; FedEx Ground Taps Northeast Maryland Site for 400-Employee Mid-Atlantic Hub
July 7, 2003 Homegrown Atlantic Credit Adding 226 New Roanoke Jobs , a 151% Boost; plus: Nestle Waters Breaks Ground on $120-Million Plant; American Gum Opening 350-Worker Plant in Alabama's 'Black Belt'
June 16, 2003 Nissan Subsidiary Building $300M, 700-Worker Plant in Central Mexico; plus: Hershey Selects SW Illinois for $65M, 250-Job Distribution Center; Kikkoman Announces $100M Wisconsin Expansion
June 2, 2003 $40M Nobel/Sysco Relocation Will Keep 800 Jobs in Denver, Add 200 More; plus: Venture Industries' 600-Worker Plant Bama-Bound; BioFuels Nears Site Decision on World's Largest Biodiesel Plant
May 19, 2003 T-Mobile Plugs into Bilingual Texas Border Town for 680-Worker Center; plus: Growth Culture: DSM Biologics Building $116M Modular Plant in Montreal; Gerber's Fort Smith, Ark., Plant Having $65M Plastic Baby
May 5, 2003 Bridgestone, Verizon Could Create 1,420 Middle Tenn. Jobs; plus: Samsung Adding 300 Workers in $500M Expansion of Austin Fab; ICT Group's 500-Worker Colorado Call Center Will Serve Virgin Mobile
April 21, 2003 Persistence Pays, as Cardinal Glass Picks Oklahoma for $100M Plant; plus: Rebuilding Iraq: Bechtel, Fluor, Perini, Washington Group Land Contracts; 150-Worker Mando Plant Adds to Alabama's Hyundai-Spurred Surge
April 7, 2003 Toyota Sites 200-Worker Parts Plant on Same Tenn. Tract That Just Missed on Assembly Plant; plus: America DataMed Picks North Carolina; 350-Worker Ontario Operation Will Be Brose's First Canadian Plant
March 24, 2003 Mitsubishi Adding 300 Jobs in $200M Central Illinois Expansion; plus: Hwashin's 400-Job Greenville Plant Marks Fifth Hyundai Supplier for Alabama; Dorel Keeps 1,000 Jobs in Indiana, Spurning China and Mexico
March 10, 2003 Meiko Entering U.S. Market with 100-Employee Nashville Operation; plus: Intel Making $2B Upgrade of Arizona Fab, Mulling New Indian Fab; International Absorbents Picks Georgia for East Coast Manufacturing Site
February 24, 2003 Assurant Adding 560 Employees in South Carolina Expansion; plus: Hyundai Setting Up First North American Testing Complex in California; Crate & Barrel Picks New Jersey FTZ for Eastern U.S. Distribution Center
February 10, 2003 Mailbox Manufacturer Delivering 250-Employee Plant to Manhattan, Kan.; plus: Newell Rubbermaid HQ
Headed from Illinois to Atlanta; Wal-Mart Bringing 600-Employee Center to North-Central Florida
January 27, 2003 500-Worker Florida Operation Navy Federal's First Outside HQ Area;
plus: H-P Adding 200 Jobs in Omaha; Eisai's $65M Boston R&D Operation
January 13, 2003 Forestry Biotech Startup ArborGen Will Keep HQ Rooted in Charleston; plus:
Cendant Bringing 100 New Jobs to Virginia Beach; CNH Global Unit Yo-Yos Back to Wisconsin from Illinois

December 30, 2002 South Carolina Tale: DC's Sprinter Lost, MTU Drive Shafts Gained; plus: KTH Adding 125 Workers to Supply Honda from Leesburg, Ala.; Lexmark Postpones $50M, 200-Employee Hungarian Plant
December 16, 2002 Cereal Continues: Malt-O-Meal's Utah Plant Is a Go Againt; plus: Assurant Group Adding 400 New Jobs at Ontario and Oklahoma Operations; Triangle Network Takes 375,000 SF in Fort Worth for Sixth Hub Location
December 2, 2002 Michigan, Ohio Top Potential Sites for Chrysler Alliance Engine Plant; plus: Hong Kong Firm Plans 300-Worker Plant in Toronto; Citigroup Adding 500-700 New Jobs at Tampa Complex; Hershey Trust Busted ‹ Pro-Sale Members Exit
November 11, 2002 Continuing 9/11 Concerns Stall REIT's Scheduled Sears Tower Buy; plus: Aero Plastics' Operation Sets Down in South Atlanta Metro; Genesys Consolidates Call Centers in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Washington, D.C.
October 28, 2002 Union Pact Inked, DC Announces 1,000-Employee Canadian Plant; plus: Computer Associates Tampa Call Center Consolidation, Expansion; $1.8B FedEx Expansion Will Include 10 New Hubs, 23 Hub Expansions
October 14, 2002 New Union Pacts with Big Three Spawning Multiple Canadian Expansions;
plus: Motorola's $3B Virginia Fab Cancelled, but Project Still Produced Positive Impact
September 30, 2002 Yet Another Toyota Assembly Plant? Mid-South Sites Reportedly Early Favorites; plus: Motor City Picked as New Location for $50M Fuel-Cell Technology Center; Hershey Goes Off Auction Block ...
September 16, 2002 VW: Readying for Initial Production Passage to India?; plus: Incentives Help FiberMark Decide to Expand in Upstate New York; SunGard Adding $104M Expansion to New York-Metro Disaster Recovery Network
September 9, 2002 Juiced by U.S. Demand, Mott's Triples Size of Pennsylvania Plant; plus: Ball Corp. Spending $43M
to Expand Milwaukee Plant after $888M European Buy; Ford Opening N.C Parts Distribution Center
September 2, 2002 Assurant Group's 800-Job Expansion Under Way in West Ohio;
plus: Ducati to Relocate U.S. HQ in California; Paper Converter's 100-Employee South Carolina Center
August 26, 2002 Ritz-Carlton Checking Out of Atlanta, Relocating HQ in Maryland;
plus: James Hardie's Texas Expansion; German Auto Supplier ZF's Alabama, Illinois Expansions
August 19, 2002 PWP Locating 130-Employee PET Plastic Plant in West Virginia;
plus: Veeco FEI Buys New Oregon Campus; Kia Says It Will Build First North American Plant
August 12, 2002 Trinity Packaging Reverses Field, but 300-Worker Plant Still Lands in Virginia;
plus: $300M Toyota Expansion in Brazil; Protein Design Labs $200M Biotech Plant in Twin Cities Metro
August 5, 2002 Sysco Chooses North Virginia for 388-Employee Redistribution Center, Company's First;
plus: Tractebel $500M Plant in Monterrey, Mexico; ComEd, Partners $65M Wind Farm in Illinois
July 29, 2002 World's Largest Plastic-Tubing Firm Funnels First U.S. Plant into South Virginia;
plus: Hibernia Expansion Plan for East Texas; German Resins Producer Picks North Carolina
July 22, 2002 $60M-$100M Toyota-Denso JV Headed for North Georgia;
plus: British Firm in West Tennessee; Italy's Salami SpA in Greene, N.Y.
July 15, 2002 ICT Group Calls Up Ontario for Firm's 11th Canadian Call Center;
plus: Chinese Solar Firm Relocating Manufacturing Base in Uganda; Deere & Co. in Ankeny, Iowa
July 8, 2002 While DaimlerChrysler Decides, Jacksonville, Fla., Lands Two Other Auto-Industry Projects;
plus: L'Oreal's Montreal Expansion; Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) in China
June 24, 2002 Book Value: Scholastic Opening 600-Employee Distribution Center in Central Arkansas;
plus: Mykrolis in Boston; House Foods Shops for East Coast Plant
June 17, 2002 After Huge Losses, Bridgestone/Firestone Looks to Unload Huge Factory;
plus: Unilever S.E. Distribution Center; 'New Gateway' in Boston; Toyota in Mexico
June 10, 2002 From Covisint to StatProbe, More High-Tech Employers Are Selecting Southeast Michigan;
plus: University and AOL in Jacksonville, Fla.; Seligman Data Corp. in Maine; Roush Racing
Headquarters in Concord, N.C.
June 3, 2002 TCS Projects 500 Jobs at New Montevideo Software Center;
plus: GC Services Call Center in Little Rock, Ark.; Quebecor in Riverside, Calif.
May 27, 2002 Lubbock's $10M Loan Fueling Tyco's 350-Employee Texas Expansion;
plus: Germany's TKS Partnering with China's ANSC; Transamerica in Little Rock, Ark.
May 20, 2002 Fast-Growing Ferguson Enterprises Plows Ahead with 400-Employee Virginia Expansion;
plus: Uline in North Dallas, Tx.; Wyeth BioPharma's $230 Million Expansion in St. Louis, Mo.
May 13, 2002 Deere's 1M-Sq.-Ft. SE Distribution Center Heading for Great Smokies Foothills;
plus: Tropical Sportswear in Tampa; GES Exposition Services in Las Vegas
April 29, 2002 Kansas City Lands Baader's HQ Relocation, Retains 110 Mfg. Jobs;
plus: Australian Aerospace Picks Brisbane; Ritz Camera Picks Atlanta
April 22, 2002 Biotech Player Greystone Consolidating Manufacturing in Memphis;
plus: Winalta Picks Indiana for First U.S. Plant; DeVry University in Colorado
April 15, 2002 $30M Frito-Lay Expansion Will Add 100 Jobs in Lynchburg, Va.;
plus: BAE Systems in Long Island, New York; UGN in West Tennessee
April 8, 2002 McNaughton Picks Charleston, S.C., (Again) for 200-Worker Distribution Center;
plus: Elan in Georgia; 1-800-Flowers in New Mexico; Goodman Manufacturing in Houston, Tx.
April 1, 2002 California, New York Centers Expand Daisytek's Hub-and-Spoke Model;
plus: Wabasto in Kentucky; Motorola in Ontario; EnviroMission in Australia
March 25, 2002 Zurich Scudder Relocating Retail Fund Business HQ to Chicago from Boston;
plus: Kiriu USA Corp. in Kentucky; Best Buy in Alaska
March 18, 2002 350-Employee Phoenix Center Completes DHL's Global IT Loop; plus: Wells Fargo in
Lubbock, Tx.; Bayer CropScience in Kansas City and Research Triangle Park, NC.
March 11, 2002 Interstate Bakeries Stirring Up 200-Employee Operation in Las Vegas; plus:
LGI and ABB Lummus in Oman; Mori Seiki in Paris; Iris Ohyama in Dallas
March 4, 2002 Strike Over, $840M Retrofit Done, VW's Sao Paulo Plant Starts Making Polos; plus: Cell Genesys
in Memphis and San Francisco; Shell Chemical and SGF Chimie in Montreal
February 25, 2002 Coca-Cola Expanding Tampa Work Force by 400-500 Employees; plus: Cargill in Quebec;
Zexel Valeo Climate Control in Czech Republic; MDS Pharma Services in Zurich
February 18, 2002 Computer Sciences Corp.'s Two IT Centers Adding 485 Montreal Jobs; plus: Portlock Software
in Montana; Henry County, Va.; Commerce Bancorp expansion in New York and Philadelphia
February 11, 2002 Grupo Modelo Heads North, Picks Idaho Falls for $64 Million Plant;
plus: Honda in Ohio; Heineken in Russia; Calence
January 28, 2002 Detroit Metro Lands HQ for Auto E-Commerce Power Covisint; plus: Qiagen in Maryland;
Oregon Trail Ethanol Coalition in Nebraska; Japan-based Hino Motors in California
January 21, 2002 Return to New York: Bank of America Signs 10-Year Manhattan Lease; plus: Spring Technology
Professionals in Chicago; Sereca Security Corp. in Miami; Spectrum Astro in Arizona
January 14, 2002 Toyota Picks 700-Acre Tijuana Site, But What Will Go There?;
plus: HT Hackney in East Tennessee; Tower Automotive in Belgium; FiberCore in Alabama
January 7, 2002 Rates Dive, Business Flies: Wells Fargo Home Equity Adding 400 Jobs in Des Moines;
plus: Capital One in Tampa; $1 Billon Urenco Plant; Yoshinoya in New York; Canadian National
Railway in Memphis

December 31, 2001 American Trans Air's $100 Million Chicago Training Center Still a 'Go';
plus: World Bank Study; Airbus in Wichita
December 17, 2001 Express-Speed Expansion: Honda Adds 800 Jobs, $140 Million to Alabama Plant;
plus: Hitachi in Amsterdam; Call centers in British Columbia; Ryan Cos. in Minneapolis
December 10, 2001 Hutchison 3G Creating 600 Jobs with Scottish Headquarters, Customer Center;
plus: IPSCO Steel in Alabama; Dai Nippon Printing California subsidiary
December 3, 2001 $44 Million Guinness Investment Will Create 250 Jobs at Pennsylvania Brewery; plus: Peugeot
Citroen Toyota JV plant; Honda in Alabama; Michelin in South Carolina; Reinsurance Bill
November 26, 2001 Elcoteq Picks Beijing for 1,200-Employee Plant;
plus: Sara Lee in Virginia; Bosch in Hungary; Target Stores in California
November 19, 2001 The RX Takes: Work-Force Familiarity Tips 500-Worker Merck-Medco Project Tampa's Way;
plus: North American Lighting in Illinois; Nissan in South Carolina
November 12, 2001 Bridgestone/Firestone Distribution Center Lease Biggest in Dallas/Ft. Worth Since 1999;
plus: Intel in Arizona; ICT Group in Arkansas; Andretti Speed Lab

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