Submitted by Ted Takacs on Mon, 12/27/2004 - 21:31.
December 27, 2004
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OVERVIEW OF THE NEW
the latest on the economy. Go.
best books of 2004
are the best books I've come across inthe past year. Go.
creative economy is not just for cities
is a good model for rural regions. Go.
new manufacturing initiative
governor responds with some linked initiatives. Go.
Texas forgetting the basics?
may be going for the flash, but has the governor forgotten the basics? Go.
and universities as economic engines
Dominion University shows how smaller universities are engaging. Go.
Watch: New Iowa web site to help entrepreneurs
has launched a new web site to help entrepreneurs. Go.
growing kitchen incubator trend
kitchen incubators are popping up to capitalize on a trend toward regional
competitive advantage of local customer service
learns that wage rates aren't everything. Go.
Focusing on brainpower and creativity
embraces creativity as a strategy. Go.
Congress heads in the wrong direction
We know one thing: To respond to outsourcing don't make
it harder for kids to go to college. Go.
a stadium does not generate prosperity
Stadiums are a lot of things, but they do not by themselves
generate prosperity. Go.
foundation must disclose incentive deal
A sound court decision tells a KY foundation that it
cannot hide public funds from public scrutiny. Go
Here's a good idea to assist immigrant entrepreneurs. Go.
the arts in Zanesville
Zanesville is another smaller comunity embracing the
arts as economic development. Go.
We have a lot of challenges ahead, but worrying about
the Ohio appellate court decision on incentives is not one of them. Go.
Ohio business plan competition
Business plan competitions are a solid way to change
Georgia shift focus to retention
Both states are experimenting with more retention
district emerging in Atlanta
Biosciences are starting to connect in Atlanta. Go.
Great California Stem Cell Rush
The election may have touched off a science rush. Go.
ideas into action in NW North Carolina
NW North Carolina has become a region to watch. Go.
Roads picks some clusters
Five clusters will focus efforts. Go.
innovation report presents our challenge
Read this report. Go.
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