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Advances in education, innovation and quality of life, catapulted this state to 1st place in CNBC's annual Top States for Business ranking.
Virginia is regarded as one of the Top States for Business, but a CEO speaks out on the dying, drug-riddled corner of Virginia that is forgotten.
When it comes to municipal bonds, the headlines can drown out the news.
State taxpayers were on the hook for $509.6 billion in state debt last year, down 1.2 percent, according to a Moody's survey released today.
CNBC's 2015 Top States for Business rundown.
From the Mall of America, CNBC's Scott Cohn reveals this year's worst state for business.
These 10 states lead the nation in tech investment, patents and research, which has helped reinvigorate their local economies.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports the top five workforces in America.
The improved fiscal health of states is due to a wave of cuts that have whittled away at pension benefits for current and future retirees.
About 150 robotics companies have sprung up in Massachusetts as the state rivals Silicon Valley and Pittsburgh for industry supremacy.
CNBC's Scott Cohn takes a look at several states that made big moves up and down this year's rankings of Top States for Business.
Our Top State for Business Minnesota: The home of the bus, lakes and a little something called Spam.
Here are the states that get the highest marks for access to capital, skilled labor and the best incentives for businesses of all sizes.
States are vying for small-business investment to spur job growth. But only locales offering a friendly start-up climate are winning out.
These places get the low marks for their high crime rate, pollution, lack of inclusiveness and the poor health of their citizens.
Americans continue to worry about market volatility, the effects of inflation on their finances and managing through the possibility of a recession. Financial advisors can help navigate these bumpy times. Ask an Advisor features financial advisors from our own FA Council and their perspectives on how to navigate worrisome economic conditions, and share advice for investors to build wealth.
Between new federal tax bill changes and underutilized deductions, CNBC finds ways to save money while filing taxes.
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