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Texas Put Up Millions to Lure a Samsung Plant and Won. Will It Pay Off?

Texas Put Up Millions to Lure a Samsung Plant and Won. Will It Pay Off?
(Bloomberg) -- Landing Samsung Electronics Co.’s massive new chip plant didn’t come cheap for Taylor, Texas. The question now is whether the investment will pay off. State and local officials Read more

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Roof Talks: Environmental Roofs Drive Value
January 26, 2022
  With an older roof or one with an expired warranty, one of the first things business owners might consider is how to replace it. “Why replace an entire roof, if you only need to recondition a small Read more
Pop-Up Retailers Will Finally Have Analytics to Chart Success
Pop-Up Retailers Will Finally Have Analytics to Chart Success
January 25, 2022
  This episode of Retail Refined explored the emerging spatial intelligence technology that provides pop-up stores the opportunity to utilize real-time analytics to enhance the buying and selling Read more
Owning the Future of Healthcare: How Health Catalyst Drives Better Population Health Through Data
January 25, 2022
  Population health may seem like a marathon, but it is immensely beneficial for patient outcomes. Jonas Varnum, Vice President of Population Health Strategic Services at Health Catalyst, joined Host Hilary Read more
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Texas Put Up Millions to Lure a Samsung Plant and Won. Will It Pay Off?
November 25, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- Landing Samsung Electronics Co.’s massive new chip plant didn’t come cheap for Taylor, Texas. The question now is whether the investment will pay off. State and local officials Read more
If Federal Transit Funding Falls Short, Will the Private Sector Fill the Gaps?
November 1, 2021
   Key Points: A lack of a dedicated funding as well as additional expansion over the years has given Metrorail problems. Transit agencies have been relying on special Read more
Virtual Reality is Transforming Agricultural Education
February 25, 2021
Today’s farmers, from family farms to large-scale agricultural concerns, are integrating state-of-the art technologies into their operations to increase crop yields and efficiently use water, Read more
Virtual Reality is Transforming Agricultural Education
February 25, 2021
Today’s farmers, from family farms to large-scale agricultural concerns, are integrating state-of-the art technologies into their operations to increase crop yields and efficiently use water, Read more
The Challenges Cities Face During the Transition to Green Energy
July 29, 2020
The Voice of B2B, Daniel Litwin, was joined by Roger Duncan, a former research fellow at the University of Texas at Austin.  Duncan also served as the general manager of Austin Read more