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North American Reports
U.S. Supreme Court’s South Dakota vs. Wayfair decision; a new alliance between Dallas-Fort Worth and London; more logistics space in Savannah; Ford’s continuing investment in Detroit and AVs and more
World Reports
Snapshots of UNCTAD’s latest FDI scoreboard, the UK’s tech momentum, architects who best deploy daylight, Nordic demographics, aerospace in Ukraine and Mercedes-Benz in Hungary.
IAMC Insider
Hard Work and Patience
Months or years may be what it really takes. We’ve all seen impatience lay waste to slow-developing but highly valuable work.
Data Centers
Data Centers Straining the Grid? Alternatives Lurk Underwater
In Europe, data center projects are pursuing a number of alternative paths to resiliency in order to reduce pressure on a grid stretched to capacity.
Talent Attraction & Retention
Would You Go to Work Here?
Amazon’s ‘The Spheres’ highlights the trend of making the workplace more compelling — even as it seems to find its hometown more repellent.
New Technology Centers Will Create Nearly 3,000 Jobs
New Orleans, Lafayette burnish their IT center credentials.
Aircraft Production Returns to Oklahoma
When Kratos Defense and Security Solutions announced plans for a major expansion in Oklahoma City, the head of the company’s drone division was clear on why.
Red River Valley
People Power
The Valley is seeing waves of investment from Grafton to Grand Forks-East Grand Forks, to Fargo-Moorhead and to Wahpeton further south.
U.S.-Mexico Border Corridor
Positive Signs on the Horizon
Industrial projects aimed at U.S.-Mexico commerce will unite instead of divide.
New Leaf
Companies in Sherbrooke aim to get a jump on the market in the world of newly legalized Canadian cannabis.
Pflugerville, Texas
The 3D City
How an upstart Austin suburb became a magnet for additive manufacturing.
Orlando Utilities Commission
A Place to Excel
OUC’s visionary mindset is as central as its water and power to making Metro Orlando attractive to top performers like the USTA and KPMG.
Northwest Ohio
On the Make
Northwest Ohio is a mecca for manufacturing.
NEW!Mixed-Use Development
If You Believe
Theme park designer ITEC Entertainment is the ultimate show runner, bringing its proven brand of storytelling to the exploding universe of mixed-use destinations.
A 'Decisive Moment' in Paris
With $60 million in funding, French photography editing startup Meero is about to build the nation's largest computer vision center and open more offices abroad.
MAN United in Advocating for Reforms to Nigeria's Business Environment
The president of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria sees promise on the horizon, once obstacles in the foreground are overcome.
World Forum Report
Building a Millennial Workforce
The 2018 World Forum highlighted challenges and opportunities.
Mini Brains and Not-So-Mini Brains
At the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital at McGill University, innovation is baked into the DNA.
Running with the Pack
Growth at Birmingham's Pack Health showcases the region’s biosciences impact during the Rise of the Rest investment tour.
Biologics Bonanza
China's Wuxi Apptec Group is on a facility investment binge. Try to keep up.
Briefly Bio
AbbVie in Puerto Rico, Cambridge Biotech Clusters, Medical Cannabis in Alberta and more.
Power Game
In addition to parkland and housing, some closed golf courses are turning into solar power plants.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Charge Your Engines
The 2018 American Solar Challenge is underway.
Oil & Gas
Refinery Restart Awaits Legislative Approval in the U.S. Virgin Islands
A $1.4-billion investment from ArcLight Capital Partners and Limetree Bay Terminals promises 700 new jobs and new revenue streams in the hard-hit U.S. territory.
Energy Matters
Community-level solar power in Kenya; Montana wind could help the Pacific Northwest and more.

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