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Article | December 31, 2004
The North American Automotive Industry   

The US Automotive industry has experienced significant restructuring over the past several decades. Market share for the Big Three (General Motors,... More>>


Article | December 31, 2004
Arkansas: On the Move   

Toyota took a hard look at a super site in eastern Arkansas when deciding where to locate its new truck plant. The Tundra went to Texas, but Arkansas... More>>


Article | December 31, 2004
New Jersey: Where Ideas and Initiative Spell Success   

From Thomas Edison to Albert Einstein, New Jersey has long been home to great thinkers who do great things. That’s no less true today, and New... More>>


Article | September 30, 2004
A Technology Company's Call Center Search   

The primary goal of this particular economic development effort was to secure the successful recruitment of Dell Computer Corporation’s first... More>>


Article | September 30, 2004
Corporate Headquarters Site Selection   

When choosing a location for a corporate headquarters, it is not as much a real estate question as it is a business question. A company’s corporate... More>>


Article | September 30, 2004
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger: California's Last Action Hero?   

Referring to himself as “California's Job Czar” in his recent State of the State Address, Schwarzenegger appears committed to business tax reform... More>>


Article | September 30, 2004
Site Selection for the Technology Industry   

The technology industry is experiencing renewed growth, and the outlook for many new and emerging industries is nowbrighter than ever. Spending on... More>>


Article | June 30, 2004
Arkansas: A Natural for Business   

Arkansas’ central U.S. location and comprehensive transportation network position the state as a strategic center for distribution. Located within... More>>


Article | June 30, 2004
Kansas: An Emerging Presence in the Logistics and Bioscience Industries   

By highway, rail, or air, Kansas offers excellent transportation and logistical advantages. Because Kansas is central and because the state has... More>>


Article | June 30, 2004
Tariff Rates Fall, Foreign-Trade Zone Use Climbs. What's the Deal?   

For the past three decades, U.S. tariff rates have fallen significantly, with many new products eligible for duty-free importation into the United... More>>