Dale Buss

Dale Buss is a long-time contributor to Chief Executive, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal and other top-flight business publications. He lives in Michigan.


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The Implications of the Supreme Court “Hobby Lobby” Decision on Businesses

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in the “Hobby Lobby” case has several implications for businesses that are just beginning to unfold, including one that affects the bottom line.

Dale Buss HR/Employee Strategies July 3 2014

The Eleven-Three Theory

Twelve reasons why economic conditions will improve after November 3rd.

Dale Buss Election Center November 1 2010

Texas Is Getting Good Marks for Handling Growth

The eyes of the U.S. economic-development community are upon Texas as it prepares to accommodate 4,000 jobs in the move of Toyota’s North American headquarters to the Lone Star State over the next few years. And staring over their shoulders are CEOs and business owners looking on with excited curiosity as they ponder the possibility of following in Toyota’s footsteps and moving to or expanding within Texas.

Dale Buss Best & Worst States , Best & Worst States for Business 2014 July 3 2014

Tesla “Gigafactory” Could Spur Innovation Across Industries

Landing the Tesla “gigafactory” will be an economic-development bonanza for one of the four states in the running. But beyond the borders of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona or Nevada, the complex also could provide a huge innovation boost for the stubborn problem of increasing battery life in electric cars and unleash spinoff advancements in other electricity-related industries.

Dale Buss Innovation , Manufacturing Newsletter , Operations March 10 2014

Supplier Opportunities Abound in Growing Automotive Market

The auto industry has always provided a trickle-down effect of business to several layers of suppliers. And now that domestic car production is resurging, U.S. suppliers are feeling more confident about moving forward with their own expansion plans.

Dale Buss Manufacturing June 5 2014

Super Bowl Ad Highlighted Company’s Made-In-U.S.A. Commitment

David MacNeil is committed to U.S. production of WeatherTech’s high-end automotive floor liners, and customers have rewarded him with more than two decades of double-digit growth.

Dale Buss CEO Briefing Newsletter , Mid-Market Company February 9 2014

Study Ranks States on Softer Strategic Measures, but Can Those Measures Equate to Profitability?

A new study of how states can excel in the “new economy” attempts to turn on its head the conventional wisdom about what makes states attractive. And it ends up endorsing the business climates of many high-cost states while denigrating the pro-business credentials of many low-cost states.

Dale Buss Best & Worst States for Business 2014 June 26 2014

States Leading the Crowdfunding Surge

Crowdfunding is providing funding opportunities for startups that they would not have previously had.

Dale Buss Best & Worst States May 8 2014

States Competing to Lure Job Creators

America’s manufacturing comeback is in full swing – depending where you are. Some state governments are aggressively pursuing job creators, others are trimming efforts due to fiscal problems and still others have never effectively competed. Here’s the latest roundup.

Dale Buss CEO Briefing Newsletter , Manufacturing , Operations November 15 2013

State Economies Are Improving in the Upper Great Lakes

The Great Lakes states are riding a manufacturing boom, an increasingly right-to-work environment and the business-friendly campaigns and policies of Republican governors. Can they claw their way back into the economic-development derby and spark above-average growth despite a slow national economy?

Dale Buss Best & Worst States , CEO Briefing Newsletter December 22 2013

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