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CNBC unveils its 13th annual America's Top States for Business ranking, scoring all 50 states on more than 60 measures of competitiveness across 10 broad categories.
The good times are not rolling in a state with one of the nation's weakest economies. Falling energy prices do not help.
It's no wonder this state is known as the Paradise of the Pacific, but everyday life—and business—can be outrageously expensive.
The Last Frontier is rugged territory with high costs and poor infrastructure. But there is no other place like it.
Infrastructure issues loom large in the smallest state, but with a rescue plan in place, officials are hopeful.
Cost of living is the lowest in the nation. But with a weak economy and poor schools, you get what you pay for
The Sooner State is one of the most affordable states in which to live and work, but the state's education system needs some attention.
Your money will go far in the Natural State, but it also buys poor quality of life, including high crime and poor health.
You will save here on the cost of doing business, but the state is a technological backwater.
New England boasts a rich quality of life, but poor infrastructure makes it difficult to get around.
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