Another manufacturing company is leaving California – namely, Los Angeles. This time it’s Aeromax Industries, Inc., a sophisticated military aircraft parts maker, that is moving its headquarters to the Fort Worth area. The company has more than 30 years of technical experience in advanced manufactur...Read More
Sometimes one phone call can make a person think. Really think. That’s what happened when Cathy Zhang, host of “Engage America,” a Chinese radio show, called and asked if I would agree to an interview about my new report, “Why Companies Leave California.” She wanted to...Read More
Today’s Wall Street Journal carried an excellent story about California’s affordable housing crisis, noting that some employers must leave the state as they expand because home prices and rents are “higher on average than anywhere else in the country [and] have surged to the top of concerns fo...Read More
Today’s big news is that New Yorkers are pleading with Amazon to reconsider its decision to halt its HQ2 project in their city. The Wall Street Journal reports that Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been in contact with Amazon executives, urging them to rethink their decision to abandon plans for a headquarters...Read More
The other day I received a call from a small business owner in California who wants to relocate his business. He named five states that he’d like me to review with two stipulations: “I’ve got to know how friendly their business climates are, and I want you to look at the cost of housing.” The next t...Read More
Having enjoyed a stroll under the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, I was taken aback by scenes of the police there firing tear gas and water cannon toward “yellow vest” protestors – people who are showing in very public ways their unhappiness with an overbearing government. While the French res...Read More
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