Chattanooga's lofty dreams of building an innovation economy reached street level Wednesday as city crews painted portions of Market Street and hung banners on streetlights downtown to mark the city's new Innovation District, centered around the newly renovated Edney Building at Market and 11th Street.
Switzerland and the US state of Massachusetts teamed up last summer for a little thing called US-Swiss Energy Innovation Days in Boston, aimed at strengthening the convergence of policy, business and technology. Due to popular demand the event is back for Round 2 this week, and it promises to open a window into some of
Even the best-laid plans for growing a regional economy rarely follow a predictable path. Changing market conditions, leadership changes, and the vicissitudes of funding all require regional leaders need to be nimble, building flexible capacity and seizing new opportunities as they arise.
GE's planned move to Boston has Connecticut talking about what went wrong rather than focusing on the kinds of collaboration that will make the most of our significant assets, says Joanne Berger-Sweeney.
The Bay Area is one of the brightest sparks in the nation’s recovering economy but feeding its vitality means residents will have to give up a lot of local control, dig deeper into their wallets, and make room for tens of thousands of new neighbors, according to study released Friday
The Bay Area is facing some serious challenges. How will they transform regulatory schemes to allow for more innovative civic investments?
By Bill McGraw Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan is a disciplined speaker whose message rarely varies from the nitty-gritty ways he and his administration are repairing the wounded city they inherited: Improving emergency response times, auctioning vacant homes, turning on...
Small producers are looking for ways to get their locally produced food products into the kitchens of hungry consumers. A food hub for distribution and collection is in the works for 2016. In the meantime, several food entrepreneurs are forging their own models.
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