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World Reports
Our latest digest of global news catches us up on a new terminal in Dunkirk; Petronas in Turin; employment vs. robots in Germany; the world's most expensive cities; and a choice getaway for sale in Fiji.
Life Science Centers
Natural Selection - Mapping the Startup Genome
Analysis from the 2018 Global Startup Ecosystems Report highlights cities where both global and local connectivity is strongest for life sciences.
Editor's View
Is the Labor Pool Half Empty or Half Full?
Just how bad is the workforce shortage in the U.S.? We report on huge new projects and expansions in every issue. Are there skilled workers to fill them all?
Costa Rica
Essential Opportunity
Company leaders from the life sciences, corporate services, IT and medtech sectors tell us why the talent and value they find there justify their continuing strategic investments in Costa Rica.
2018 Global Best to Invest
2018 Prosperity Cup
It’s as if North Carolina’s short-lived HB2 experiment never happened.
An Emerging Science Ripens, and the Ag Industry Will Benefit
The back 40 are a living lab for high-tech farming in the Bluegrass State.
Why a Space Launcher and a Next-Gen Truck Manufacturer Picked the Phoenix Metro
Demand for super-smart talent is about to skyrocket in the Valley of the Sun.
South America
Great Works in the Works
Interested in investing in or benefiting from new South American infrastructure? Here’s the lowdown on the first half of what will be $23 billion in projects aiming for completion by 2027.
New England
Small States Win Big
Bio, IT Projects Land in Rhode Island, Connecticut
Pork Facility is at the Crux of National Policy Debates
One of the biggest pork processing facilities in the country is all systems go, even as its leaders navigate the challenges of potential tariffs, immigration and workforce development.
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
Well Connected
Business and telecom networks are this region's secret sauce.
Illinois Bicentennial
Illinois Turns 200
As part of the bicentennial celebration underway this year in the nation's 21st state, we take a look at seven companies with a major presence in the Land of Lincoln.
Improving the Soil
A revolutionary agricultural technology rejuvenates crops around the globe from its home base in Hattiesburg.
Global Insurer Opens New Tech Support Center in Duluth, Georgia
Assurant leaders say they've found a smart home from which to support the smart-device needs of the company’s 200 million customers.
What America Can Learn from Lynchburg, Virginia
This south central Virginia city did not set out to become a model for regional rebirth, but things changed.
Corporate Campuses
Catching a Buzz
Just in time for the first World Bee Day, Fortune 500s are swarming to 'Bee Downtown.'
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Even for Amazon, four big projects pledging 8,000 new jobs announced over the past 17 days is an above-average pace.
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.
Soup's On in New Jersey
A new project at Campbell Soup Company’s world headquarters showcases a company and a state leading the way in solar power deployment.
Mexico Past and Future
Sustainable design points the way forward while breathing new life into Mexico's historical landmarks.
Renewable Energy
Sun and Wind Projects Debut in Northwest Ohio
A new manufacturing plant will create 500 jobs, while a new wind farm creates electrons for GM.
Energy Matters
Oil & Gas, Solar in China, Wind in Taiwan and Japan, Mexico Energy Reform and more.

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