Asked what location they considered to be the most attractive for low-cost manufacturing aimed at the North American market, executives at small-to-mid-sized companies said the United States and Mexico were at the top of the list....More
IndustryWeek's offices are in the heart of Cleveland, a Midwest city in the process of reinventing itself. City officials abhor being identified as part of the Rust Belt and so there is much focus on the "new economy."...More
To determine where college graduates are settling, demographer Wendell Cox analyzed the change in the number of holders of bachelor’s degrees and above between 2007 and 2012 in the 51 metropolitan statistical areas with over a million people.