In the middle of America, without intention or, really, anyone noticing, a decades-long, real-world experiment shaped by the money, politics and eccentricities of two 80-something billionaires is underway in two equally white, Christian, Republican cities.
As Tennessee begins the process of reopening its economy, local leaders are faced with an important question: what is the best way to recover and rebuild?
An analysis from a new think tank, Heartland Forward, identified 20 top entrepreneurial ecosystems across America based on the share of employment by small firms, and the number of college-educated employees in those firms.
Heartland Forward names LOU community one to emulate for strong economic growth
A third of businesses surveyed report having shut down, and a third reduced hours in April, state survey finds.
For a generation, a procession of pundits, public relations aces and speculators have promoted the notion that our future lay in dense — and politically deep-blue — urban centers, largely on the coasts.
Nevada has one of the least-diversified economies in the nation, such that even other tourist hot spots such as Hawaii are better equipped to handle the economic hit from the coronavirus pandemic.
Using the ‘r’ word, Hegar sees no avoiding a recession and predicts the state’s recovery will be slow.
High-tech jobs in Des Moines increased by 58% over the past decade, more than in Seattle, Boston, and Portland.