“The Milken Institute has released its annual Best-Performing Cities rankings, and while the centers of technology innovation continue to show well, the energy industry had a decided impact on the index this time around. The index ranks 200 large...”
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“Boston’s new Mayor Martin J. Walsh in 2014 changed the way that the government operated by using data (input and output) to create a unique balance between people management, statistics and investment in the city of Boston.”
“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.”
“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.”
“Earlier this month I received an email from Ed Burghard at Strengthening Brand America. He was seeking the thoughts of people engaged in place marketing in regard to the most common branding counsel they gave communities in 2014.”
“Last week, the California Department of Conservation (DOC) released the first volume of its Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) for the use of oil and gas well stimulation treatments, including hydraulic fracturing, in California.”
“Free place branding expert advice is a precious thing. Ed Burghard (StrengtheningBrandAmerica) has put together a very insightful eBook offering precisely that - free advice from some of the leadin...”
“In this daily podcast put forth by CATO Institute, featured speaker Edward L. Glaeser speaks to the fact that not enough attention is paid to land-use regulation when it comes to economic growth and it’s promotion.”
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