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NEW!Departments
North American Reports
Apple in Austin; Forrester's tech talent capitals; new hubs from Accenture and Amazon in Toronto; 900 jobs from Element AI in Montreal; and the latest survey findings in the country mouse vs. city mouse debate.
NEW!Blockchain
Who’s In For Blockchain?
A look at some of the states that are leading the way.
Departments
World Reports
A Spanish company’s huge, but conditional, railcar manufacturing project in Scotland; a landmark library in Helsinki; and more.
Film & Entertainment
Every Picture Tells a Story
The latest film and TV statistics show which territories are seeing the most 'Action.'
IAMC Insider
Cornerstone Streamlines Member-to-Member Information Sharing
Over time, the Corporate Active membership has become a community whose members share information with a high degree of confidence.
AREA SPOTLIGHTS
Midwest
Living History
Museums and historic sites across the heartland have historic ties to industry, but their neighborhoods aren't living in the past.
Alabama
The Test of Success
Alabama’s roaring auto industry intensifies workforce strain, but apprenticeship is gaining ground.
Tennessee
The Waiting Game Is Over
How Amazon’s Nashville pick ended a lot of anticipation in Tennessee.
Michigan
Who Are These Guys?
Ann Arbor’s growing tech community is making a name for itself.
The Middle East
So Much Winning
Look beyond the conflict headlines, and there’s real economic growth under way.
Asia Pacific
Mobility Solutions for the Masses
Multiple projects show why Asia is a key growth location for Bombardier’s rail systems business.
INVESTMENT PROFILES
Nashville International Airport
Ceiling Unlimited
A Blueprint for Airport & Regional Growth
Detroit Region Aerotropolis
You Are Cleared to Land
Where mobility assets on the ground add lift to R&D operations.
Pflugerville, Texas
The Pfab Pfour
How a quartet of leaders is transforming Pflugerville into an economic juggernaut.
WEB EXCLUSIVES
NEW!Online Insider
The Five Key Mistakes Amazon Made
While some have gleefully heaped criticism on New York over the demise of the Amazon HQ2 deal on Long Island, the world's largest Everything Store might consider something new.
Brexit
'Invisible Chain'
A government leader says the chains that appear to bind the post-Brexit UK economy could instead be stronger links to global partners in trade and democracy.
Online Insider
Ready When You Are
Spain's Talgo commits to create more than 1,000 jobs in Scotland, and a UK-centered railway vision that goes way beyond the UK.
Montana
The New Pioneers
Entrepreneurship is making a mark in Montana.
THE LIFE SCIENCES REPORT
Headquarters
McKesson's Big Move
The medical distribution giant’s global HQ will leave the Bay Area for the DFW suburb of Irving.
Healthcare
Tipping the Scales
Recent reports on obesity, diabetes and lifelong exercise offer looming clouds of concern and a few bright rays of encouragement.
Medtech
BD Injects More Capital into Nebraska
Among other products, the company has made cannula in the Cornhusker State for 51 years. What's a cannula, you ask?
News
Briefly Bio
San Diego's bar-raising way of presenting its precision health cluster; A pre-HQ2 study that says Long Island City is ideal for life sciences too and more.
THE ENERGY REPORT
Electric Vehicles
Charging Ahead
With emissions crimes still in the rear-view mirror, Volkswagen ramps up its global commitment to electric vehicles and the recharging stations that feed them.
Sustainability
The Push and Pull of Green Building
A new law on the East Coast and a new corporate campus on the West Coast show how cities and companies can converge to attain sustainability and wellness goals.
Research
Swedish Catalyst
Ongoing work at Chalmers University of Technology offers windows into the EU's energy future.
News
Energy Matters
Asia's share of CO2 emissions, FPL's huge solar commitment in Florida and more.

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