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Article | March 31, 2005
High-Tech Industry Slowly Turns the Corner   

A new study by the AeA, the nation's largest high-tech trade association, shows that the U.S. tech industry shed 25,000 jobs in 2004, dropping to 5.6... More>>


Article | March 31, 2005
Location Decisions of BioConvergence Industries   

With so much activity surrounding biosciences, health care, and bio-related information technologies, how will private sector companies choose their... More>>


Article | March 31, 2005
The Convergence of Health Care, Biotech, and Technology - and the Location Decisions Behind Them   

The continued integration of bio- and information-technologies into the health care industry will result in a significant shift in how new bio-based... More>>


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
Original Equipment Suppliers Association 2005 Industry Review   

In the past, the OE supplier industry and OEMs or original equipment manufacturers – or the automakers – have been lumped together whenever... More>>


Article | December 31, 2004
Aerospace Sales, Exports Continue Growth   

As 2004 came to a close it brought good news for the U.S. Aerospace sector. Aerospace sales, orders, exports, and employment all increased... 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
Louisiana Driven for More Success   

When General Motors looked throughout its manufacturing system to find the place for the new HUMMER H3, it found the automotive cluster in Shreveport... More>>


Article | December 31, 2004
Kansas? Yes Indeed!   

In fact, aircraft design and production is a major part of the Kansas economy. More than sixty percent of the general aviation aircraft produced in... 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>>