Texas

Article | June 30, 2004
Why the World's Best Companies Are Moving to Texas   

In the 19th Century, it was not uncommon to find the words “Gone to Texas” etched on abandoned shops and homesteads all across the United States... More>>


Development News | June 27, 2004
Petroleum Giant BP Considering Houston and Chicago   

Move could bring up to 500 jobs for its petrochemical business that will be spun-off in an IPO next year. More>>


Development News | June 7, 2004
Cities Work to Lure NASA Facility   

Houston offered up low taxes, a diverse workforce and a temperate climate. Newport News advertised its upscale business district, rich cultural... More>>


Article | March 31, 2004
Plastics Outlook   

Founded in 1937, The Society of the Plastics Industry, Inc., (SPI), is the trade association representing one of the largest manufacturing industries... More>>


Article | March 31, 2004
Making the Best of Location Decisions in the Plastics Industry   

Finding a location that offers reliable and affordable utilities and good market access is key to the site search for plastics manufacturers. These... More>>


Article | March 31, 2004
Get in the Fast Lane   

Uncle Sam is rapidly becoming one of the most innovative and influential forces in our economy – driving the growth of businesses and... More>>


Development News | March 30, 2004
Adam Aircraft Considering Many Areas with Ogden Leading   

Deal to locate in Ogden could best locations in Kentucky and Texas. More>>


Development News | January 4, 2004
Asurion Announces Major Expansion in Rutherford County   

Asurion announced today plans for a major expansion in Rutherford County, a move that will mean hundreds of new jobs for the area over the next few... More>>


Article | December 31, 2003
Automotive Parts Suppliers Use Site Selection to Meet OEM Demands   

If the intensity of global competition can be epitomized by one industry group, it is the automobile industry. Trying to gain, or regain, market... More>>


Development News | December 10, 2003
Dallas Telecommunications Firm Selects Odessa, Texas   

The Telvista Company, a Dallas-based provider of outsourced technical support, customer service and help desk solutions, will join Texas governor... More>>