Some new statistics out put the number of small businesses in the United States in new focus. An eye-opening 98 percent of all companies in the country employ fewer than 500 people and only a fraction of those companies employ more than 100 people. In all, 96 percent of all U.S. companies…Continue
A prized commodity in the knowledge economy is not just knowledge companies but the talent that needed to make them work. Every community wants to get smarter and offer a workforce that has the skills to attract innovative companies.
Writing in Forbes, author and demographer Joel Kotkin offers an analysis of Census data shared with the…Continue
Just like people, cities have their own distinct personalities. They come with their own set of strengths, weaknesses, quirks and attraction. Some are good at logistics and structure; others are creative and free-thinking. Bottom line: It takes all kinds to make the economy go round.
Which U.S. cities are the top players in the…Continue