In addition to a lower cost of doing business than their coastal peers, mid-American cities demonstrate multiple strengths as sites for homegrown and imported tech companies.
In the wake of the Amazon debacle, EIC Dan Bigman wants to stick up for New York City, even as the bad news piles like garbage on a sweltering sidewalk.
Steve Case has been getting notice for his annual bus tour, “Rise of the Rest,” in which he barnstorms middle America investing in digital-tech companies.
Waste Management President and CEO Jim Fish just took his company on a nationwide quest for possible new sites for the headquarters of the $15-billion North America industry leader.
As Paul Browning, CEO of MHPS, says, when your strategic goals include competing with other industry giants like GE and Siemens, every competitive weapon counts.
Foxconn’s manufacturing commitment to America seems to be faltering on treacherous shoals these days, with Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers insisting the project tabbed for his state by the Taiwan-based glass-screen maker is never going to reach the level of $10 billion with the creation of 13,000 jobs that was in the original deal.
The No. 1 university in America for turning out current CEOs of Fortune 500 companies is not Harvard, not Stanford, not Notre Dame. It's Wisconsin.
Wyndham Destinations CEO Michael Brown talks nuts and bolts of spinning off the vacation timeshare company, and why he insisted on relocation.
Chief executives may be asking if an unknown like Senator Michael Gianaris could wipe the pavement with Jeff Bezos, what happens to the rest of us?
As executives we have a key responsibility to preserve the enterprise beyond ourselves. Often that requires breaking patterns and processes which, though once successful, are no longer that.