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NEW!Departments
North American Reports
Petrochemicals megaproject in Alberta; Nikola’s billion-dollar plant in Arizona; the Apple HQ’s transparency problem; the economic impact of Canadian shipbuilding; and bike sharing in Mexico.
NEW!Biopharmaceuticals
Future Bio-Spaces, Same Bio-Places
As facilities grow more flexible, so too do the boundaries of their old favorite locations.
Departments
World Reports
Leading countries for remittances; FedEx and Starbucks in Shanghai; France's largest-ever container ship; and Saudi Arabia's $500-billion city of the future named Neom.
Data Centers
Core Value, Edge Opportunities
The investment and growth promise of data centers is as clear as the cloud.
Editor's View
Springfield, Illinois, Needs a Business-Climate Master Class
There comes a point when one realizes a person — or state leadership in this case — either wants to change or it doesn’t. Is Springfield the latter? It looks that way.
AREA SPOTLIGHTS
South Carolina
Winning Bet - How BMW’s Location Gamble in ’92 Paid Off
The ‘Power of Innovation’ draws more investment from overseas capital investors.
Eastern Europe
Flexing Its Muscle
Unafraid to ‘ruffle feathers,’ Poland is the engine of central Europe.
Maryland
Play to Your Strengths
Maryland’s state leaders and universities demonstrate the state’s scientific magnetism via initiatives and incubators.
Minnesota
Cells of Innovation
A near-death experience propels the mission of a Minnesota startup.
Illinois
Commentary
Can Illinois Get Back in the Fight Before it's Too Late
INVESTMENT PROFILES
Hoosier Energy
Down to the Crossroads
Transportation assets help companies and communities prosper in central and southern Indiana. So does the human touch.
Windsor-Essex, Ontario, Canada
Take the Guesswork out of Location Selection
Two sites and two more in the application process in Windsor-Essex are part of an elite group of Ontario’s Certified Sites.
Savannah Gateway Industrial Hub
Georgia Game-Changer
On the outskirts of America’s first planned city, the master-planned Savannah Gateway Industrial Hub could write the region’s next exciting chapter.
THE ONLINE INSIDER
Online Insider
'Sweet Home Alabama' Is No. 1 Again
In an encore to a championship season in Tuscaloosa, Huntsville gets its own trophy in Toyota-Mazda's $1.6-billion project.
Online Insider
Old and In the Way
Companies don't pay nearly enough attention to the cost of holding onto shuttered sites as a first-ever benchmarking report shows.
Online Insider
Time to Wake Up
A mattress firm's HQ joins a movie studio in anchoring a new town center in Greater Atlanta.
Online Insider
Infosys Brings the Technological Revolution — and 10,000 jobs — to the United States
An exclusive interview with the Indian corporation's president and deputy COO sheds light on the company's two location choices so far, and the fact
THE LIFE SCIENCES REPORT
Policy
Kaiser Saves Money with Move to Bay Area
How is that possible in one of the nation's costliest markets? If you’re moving from an even more expensive one.
R & D
Spallation Sensation
Five years from now, a new neutron source in southern Sweden will try to give Oak Ridge a run for its money.
Plants
High Signs
Real estate and economic developers find it's good to touch the green, green grass.
News
Briefly Bio
Flenmark R&D in Switzerland; Ethanol in Nebraska; The genomics opportunity in Ethiopia, and more.
THE ENERGY REPORT
Solar
New Solar Census, No Sunny Consensus
A new tally of solar jobs nationwide debuts just as new tariffs kick in.
Prices
Lessons from the Neverending Winter
Experts urge customers to lock in rates as 2018 energy prices increase.
Electric Vehicles
Autonomous Autos Roll On
Two pilot projects from Renault put self-driving EVs to work in a Normandy city and on a Portuguese island.
News
Energy Matters
Saudi interest in Chinese oil, Saudi solar, Tesla Powerwalls and more.

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