The growth of consumer awareness around sustainability issues creates not only new product demands but also opportunities for companies to engineer new production and business processes that conserve energy. Hilex Poly Co.
November 17 was an unseasonably warm and humid day in Washington, Illinois, a small city outside Peoria with a population of about 16,000.
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It's easy to start a business in Detroit and taxes are low, according to the latest Regulatory Climate Index. Just ask the star of "Hardcore Pawn."
There may be few things in America more steeped in tradition than baseball. But despite its long roots, the sport is way ahead of the curve in the use of data.
A common thread among our Founding Fathers is that they had a wide range of interests and were not afraid to pursue them. This is part of the American dream, and we honor the lives lost to defend it.
When data centers running one of busiest websites on the planet can achieve power savings of 89%, IT managers take notice. Including those at HP.
Open Data is not a “thing” so much as it is a philosophy. It is the idea that free, accessible, unrestricted data is a catalyst for innovation and growth.
How can cities and local government provide more jobs, growth and opportunity for their citizens? By reducing regulatory burdens on small businesses, according to New Geography blog.