Did you know that in different parts of the country the American Dream is viewed as more or less achievable? How easy is it to achieve the American Dream where you live? Creators of this new performance measure explain what their research shows.
“ Today we’re in Saxony, Germany, talking to Kerstin Steglich and Christof Biggeleben from branding agency Ketchum. Our goal is to delve further into the details of their brand campaign for the region.”
“Apple started advertising in 1976, and for nearly 39 years since, we have watched the evolution of Apple ad campaigns. From print ads to TV commercials, Apple ads have made us laugh, made us cry, and made us wonder, “What were they thinking?”
“We see it in movies all the time: A family in which the mother stays home to watch the children and the father comes home from working his corporate 9-to-5 job. But we are learning that it is becoming more fiction than reality for many people.”
“A couple of months ago, my credit union sent me a new credit card in the mail because I had made a transaction at Home Depot. Apparently my personal information had been compromised. Home Depot had been hacked. Hence the new card.”
“Richard Reeves summarizes some of the research that Hillary Clinton referred to in recent comments on social mobility: mobility rates seem connected to racial and economic segregation, school quality, income inequality, social capital, and family...”
“U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development Jay Williams and other federal officials joined Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear in Lexington, KY last week to announce the POWER initiative to assist coal communities.”
“Graphic from Stockholm Resilience Centre Study Combined with Pie Chart of WWF Study Back in 2007, Google assembled a team of engineers to investigate the feasibility of replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy.”
“As we come to the end of 2014, it's interesting to take a look back and see what has resonated most among the many economic development professionals who follow us. Here is a look at the 10 most popular economic development blog posts of the year.”
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