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NEW!News Briefs
North American Reports
Pittsburgh broke ground October 14 on a 700,000-sq.-ft. (65,032-sq.-m.) terminal at Pittsburgh International Airport, to be powered by solar energy generated at the facility’s planned microgrid.
NEW!Data Centers
New Reports Reveal New Location Trends
The North American data center market made gains in construction and net absorption in this year’s first half as cloud service providers and social media companies drove demand, according to CBRE.
Global Automotive
It’s EVerywhere
And automakers really like the southern U.S. for their factories of the future.
News Briefs
World Reports
News briefs update us on FIFA’s possible move to the U.S. from Switzerland; venture funding trends; Nestlé’s bamboo planting in the Philippines; Axalta’s new site in China; and Boeing’s first uncrewed aircraft assembly pla
Business Retention
Where Talent Is Concerned, Diversity Equals Opportunity
What Every Site Selector Should Know About the Emerging Census 2020 Data
AREA SPOTLIGHTS
NEW!Kansas
This is Not The Same Old Kansas Anymore
Operating by a new playbook, the Framework for Growth, Kansas excels.
NEW!New York
Incremental Credentials Could Be Essential
Groundbreaking workforce education practices help semiconductor manufacturer Global Foundries and other employers keep pace and keep talent.
Nebraska
Strongest Job Recovery Market Resides In Nebraska
Rebounding from the pandemic, the Cornhusker State flexes its muscle.
Arkansas
Report Charts a Post-Pandemic Pathway Forward
Arkansas policymakers seeking to bolster the state’s economic rebound as it recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic now have a road map for getting there. 
Idaho
Idaho Falls Is Nuclear Energy Past And Present
Idaho National Laboratory is one big reason the city was named Milken Institute’s best-performing small city for 2021.
INVESTMENT PROFILES
NEW!Northwest Ohio
Building an Industrial Economy One Building at a Time
How spec facility development is changing the game in Northwest Ohio.
Mississippi
Diving Into the Blue
Mississippi is all in on the Gulf Coast’s innovative Blue Economy.
Maryland
Maryland Makes Sense for Cybersecurity
When a cyber-attack forced the shutdown of Colonial Pipeline’s entire gasoline pipeline system last spring, the embattled company turned to Maryland-based Dragos, Inc.
INVESTOR WATCH
NEW!Copy of Big Tech
Could Rwanda Be the Next Singapore?
Certain countries — like Taiwan, South Korea, or Singapore — have famously risen out of poverty thanks to capitalism.
Big Tech
Big Tech Schools Us
Students, professionals and educational leaders see skills training from tech giants like Amazon as much more than window dressing. It's a door to everyone’s future.
Policy
How States Can Direct Economic Development to Places and People in Need
Strategies to strengthen place-based programs, better support distressed areas
INTELLIGENCE REPORTS
The Greater Phoenix Mixed Use & Master Plans
Find Yourself a City to Live In
After growing by an impressive 9.4% between 2000 and 2010, the City of Phoenix's population grew by 11.2% over the ensuing decade
The Greater Phoenix Q&A With Phoenix Mayor Kate
Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego Calls Today 'A Transformative Moment'
Kate Gallego knows economic development. Before she ever became a member of the Phoenix City Council
Greater Phoenix Life Sciences
'Planets Align' for Discovery in Downtown Phoenix
If you’re searching for reasons why CBRE ranked the City of Phoenix among the top five emerging bioscience markets, try these numbers on for size
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