Site Selection’s Governor’s Cup returns to Texas, where Governor Rick Perry has some thoughts on how to make all states more competitive. For a synopsis, see the Tenth Amendment.
Top Metros of 2010
A City With an Edge
An in-your-face approach propels a social commerce company to new heights, signaling a new era for Second City.
Top Micropolitans of 2010
A Tar Heel Triumph
Davidson County, N.C., surpasses all micropolitan areas in the U.S. in corporate real estate projects in 2010.
The Water Factor
GE Power & Water’s chief sustainability officer compiles a world’s worth of lessons in water use and conservation.
The Search for Savings
As the cost of corporate and regional headquarters operations comes under heightened scrutiny, new locations emerge as contenders for the home office.
The Perfect Storm?
Simultaneous undercapacity and overcapacity pose challenges for biopharma firms.
The Pyramid Proposal
As Steelcase prepares to move out of its Corporate Development Center, a landmark Grand Rapids building beckons new users.
Global and U.S. Giants Lists of largest projects in the U.S. and around the world ranked by investment, job creation and square footage.
Automotive companies invest from east to west across an enormous region full of emerging markets.
Schiphol Ups the Ante
New aerospace and logistics developments at Amsterdam Schiphol are adding to this airport city’s location credentials.
Windy Days Ahead
Commercial investment in the wind energy market is strong so far in 2011, following a lackluster 2010. Is this renewable-energy sector now ready for its close-up?