Some states are taking the long view by using the billions to train workforces, buttress water and sewer systems, and extend broadband.
Intel passed on the Badger State for Ohio, and Foxconn is a mess, but Wisconsin remains on an upward arc.
Intel’s huge investment will cap a push behind new technologies that already has benefited the Buckeye State.
While the top (Texas, Florida) and the bottom (just guess) of our annual rankings remain unchanged, what has changed are the stakes, with a growing number of CEOs we polled open to a post-Covid change of locale. Governors, take note.
The February storm and power system collapse haven't hurt the Lone Star State's #1 ranking spot. Says Gov. Greg Abbott, “People know one-off events occur, and what matters most is what our response is."
Chicago, Grand Rapids and Columbus are emerging as ideal locations for manufacturers looking to up their digital game.
While several Midwest cities have been hit hard by the pandemic and civil unrest in recent months, there’s growing optimism about the future. Many...
The piece below is part of Chief Executive‘s annual Best & Worst States for Business ranking. Read the full report. Amazon started construction preparations for its $1.2...
The state has lost 850,000 people over the past decade, and risks becoming known as "the California of the Midwest."
Cincinnati and Phoenix forge economic-development success with digital-technology prowess as well as historic advantages.