CNBC unveils its eighth annual America's Top States for Business ranking that looks at key factors to assess the regional economic landscape. » Read More
Oil's drop in price is affecting states across the country in different ways, but Alaska's hit has been the hardest.
The loss of manufacturing has crushed rust belt cities like Cleveland, but a medical renaissance has helped city businesses to rebound.
Ohio's economy is on the upswing and unemployment is down. But that could change because of pressure on the health sector due to Obamacare.
High unemployment rates are hurting incumbent Republican governors running for office in Georgia, Wisconsin and Florida. Voters want jobs.
A new OECD study compares the well-being in U.S. states with other regions around the world.
Gov. Brian Sandoval signed into law an unprecedented package of incentives to seal a deal to bring Tesla's $5 billion factory to the Silver State.
Nevada makes some big claims about its bet on Tesla's battery plant paying off for the state and its workforce. Critics are skeptical.
Looking at metrics like traffic safety, costs and scenery, social media site WalletHub ranks top states for summer road trip friendliness.
Georgia slices up the competition in America's Top States for Business 2014, signaling a shift back to the Sun Belt from the energy boomers.
We try to stay out of politics in our annual rankings, but in an election year, with 36 states choosing governors, that is next to impossible.
CNBC's eighth annual study once again puts all 50 states to the test, measuring them on 56 different metrics of competitiveness.
The rise and fall of states on CNBC's Top States for Business ranking is a reflection of economic trends. The biggest Cinderella story: Nevada.
Georgia was named CNBC's "America's Top State for Business." Gov. Nathan Deal, (R-Ga.), discusses doing business in the Peach State and explains how government created the environment for the private sector to create jobs.
Entrepreneurs have 50 options when it comes to forming a business, and some states do more than others when it comes to making their pitch.
If you call one of these 10 states home, your home has plenty of room for improvement, from crime to health care and the environment.
Here's a list of the most expensive states to live in, as ranked by CNBC, based on metrics such as average home, food and energy prices.
CNBC unveils its 10th annual America's Top States for Business. See where your state ranks in 2016.
President Trump's move to overhaul NAFTA could end up hurting workers in states that heavily supported him.
While Trump will inherit a generally strong economy, the recovery in state finances is losing steam.
Healthy, educated and productive, Connecticut is an ideal location for businesses and their employees.
Global-trade crossroads Georgia is climbing in business rankings, thanks to education, tax incentives, investment and research.
With low costs of living and doing business, Iowa is the location of choice for domestic and international corporations.