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Hyper-Growing Firm, Landing, Relocating California HQ to Alabama Creating 800+ jobs

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced that Landing, a company building a nationwide network of fully-furnished apartments, plans to relocate its headquarters from San Francisco to Birmingham, where it will create 816 new full-time jobs as it accelerates growth plans. “This is great news for Birmingham and...

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‘Green Manufacturers’ Closing U.S. plants; Moving Jobs to Mexico

Offshoring of jobs remains alive as American workers continue to receive pink slips. Much has been said about how the “clean energy industry” will create jobs in the U.S. Maybe there is some sustainability in such products, but not necessarily stability for domestic workers. An example i...

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Decline in COVID Prompting Spike in Company Relocations

A new report in the Dallas Business Journal quotes yours truly as saying, “The interest in relocating seems to be exploding at this point.” Writer Brian Womack asks, “Why the overall interest by companies in looking elsewhere? [Joe] Vranich pointed out that some relocation planning might have been p...

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Dun & Bradstreet Moving NJ Headquarters to Florida; Pennsylvania Jobs to India

Dun & Bradstreet, an international company that provides 23 million businesses worldwide with commercial data, announced plans May 20 to relocate its corporate headquarters from Short Hills, New Jersey to Jacksonville, Florida. The move will bring 500 jobs to the city and a $75 million investmen...

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Two More Companies Move HQs Out of California

Yesterday I posted details regarding 15 companies that moved their HQs out of California and other business-unfriendly states, which were discovered in just a one-month period. Today, we see two more announcements about headquarters leaving the formerly Golden State. DARVIS, which stands for Data An...

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What do Governors Gavin Newsom, Andrew Cuomo, J.B. Pritzker and Phil Murphy Have in Common?

Answer: Each runs a state whose hostility to business is entrenched, so much so that they continue to lose companies that move to friendly states. Not one of those Governors has the common sense to end their state’s short-sighted policies, nor will any take the blame for companies leaving their stat...

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