Economic Development

Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts Says Economic Development Starts With Relationships

Nebraska Gov. Peter Ricketts is running the state like a business, putting customer service and relationships first, and it's working.

States Scramble as Amazon Announces Search for a Second U.S. Headquarters

Amazon announced yesterday its plans to open a second company headquarters in North America. The retailer said the project—known as "Amazon HQ2"—would cost more than $5 billion and would include as many as 50,000 high-paying jobs.

Doing Business in Cuba: How One U.S. Company is Laying the Groundwork

U.S. companies wanting to do business in Cuba should establish relationships now.

In Gov. Walker’s “Wisconn Valley” Vision, His State Anchors a New Tech Ecosystem

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker wants to leverage the Foxconn deal to turn his state into "Wisconn Valley".

2017 Regional Report: The West is Attracting High-Value Talent

Migration—by businesses and workers—is fueling growth in America’s Western states.

Foxconn’s Wisconsin Factory Proposal Questioned

Here are 3 tips for CEOs considering incentive packages from states.

Mercedes USA CEO Dietmar Exler Discusses the Company’s U.S. Strategy for Success

Since being named president and CEO of the best-selling luxury brand in America in early 2016, Mercedes-Benz’s Dietmar Exler has emerged as an important spokesman for the premium-segment group, which also includes archrivals BMW and Audi.

Kansas Rebuke of Deep Tax Cuts a Warning Sign for Other State Officials

Decision shows restraint may be necessary if the Trump administration is to achieve its reform goals.

Manufacturers Need to Take Better Advantage of Tax Credits and Incentives

Many manufacturers may not fully be taking advantage of all the tax credits and incentives available to them.

Global Travel to the U.S. Slips as Industry Laments Trump Funding Cut

And it's not just CEOs in the hospitality sector that have something to worry about.
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CEO Confidence Falls On Growing Trade War Worries

President Trump's trade policies are dividing CEOs.
Our monthly review of CEO Confidence reveals that geopolitical concerns, like trade wars, are causing many business leaders are causing them to be pessimistic in an otherwise buoyant environment.
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EDITOR'S PICKS

Former Intel CEO Krzanich — What Was He Thinking?

The risks of having an extramarital affair, even when it is consensual, as former Intel CEO Brian Krzanich did, can result in personal outcomes too devastating to contemplate.

Keys To Earning Sustained Loyalty From Your Employees

To reap the undeniable bottom-line profits of a highly engaged and loyal workforce, CEOs must empower talent, brand and employee experience teams to deliver on the expectations of today’s employees.

Otis Elevator’s Judy Marks Talks Leadership, The Future Of Manufacturing

As president of the world’s largest elevator company, Otis Elevator Co.’s Judy Marks knows that standing pat isn’t an option—especially for an industry leader.
Trump trade tactics play well with manufacturing CEOs

Trump’s Trade Strategy Playing Well With Some Manufacturing CEOs

Many CEOs at U.S.-based manufacturers are applauding President Trump's attempt to disrupt and overturn a global trade milieu of long standing that they believe has greatly disadvantaged American companies and exports overall.