Fantasy Meets Reality in Orlando’s High-Tech Economy

Special to Business Xpansion Journal

By Rick Weddle, President & CEO, Orlando Economic Development Commission
Caption: Lake Eola Park in downtown Orlando

While Orlando is already known as one of the world’s most popular vacation destinations, the location has also earned its right as a global hub for high tech…

23 Nov 3:30 PM 0 Read More...

Expect Steady U.S. Economy Through the Winter

Interview by Rachel Duran

How do the economies of the West South Central and Mid-Atlantic United States stack up?

Editor’s Note: The interview was conducted on October 2, 2015. For the latest figures, visit www.conference-board.org.

Heading into 2016, the economy is secure enough that people…

23 Nov 10:52 AM 0 Read More...

The Millennial Migration: Top Cities For Today's 20-Somethings

Posted on November 3, 2015 by Sabrina Perry

Economically worse off than generations before and more likely to be unmarried, millennials are, in the words of Chandler Bing: “hopeless, awkward and desperate for love.” Simultaneously by choice and necessity, today’s 20-somethings have more time to figure out adulthood…

09 Nov 2:03 PM 0 Read More...

Wisconsin Secures a Sustainable Future in Manufacturing

Wisconsin Profitable Sustainability Initiative positions the state as a nationwide leader.

Caption: Through controlled experimentation following the PSI diagnosis, Gordon Aluminum increased its product yield by 18 percent by changing the design of their die. Photo: Gordon Aluminum

By Lee Swindall

Cultivating sustainable business practices is incredibly important, not only…

05 Nov 10:40 AM 0 Read More...

Rail is Vital Link in Supply Chain Strategies

Caption:A double-stack CSX intermodal train crosses the Bear Mountain Bridge on the northern portion of the CSX River Line, which runs from North Bergen, New Jersey to Selkirk, New York. Photo: CSX

Trucks shoulder most U.S. freight – but rail and intermodal transportation is on the rise, and…

04 Nov 3:36 PM 0 Read More...