Washington's governor says amid a trade war led by the nation's capital, there's a simple reality: 95 percent of consumers live outside US.
Rhode Island is moving up as a place to build a business and find a job. Governor Gina Raimondo explains the decisions behind the boom.
Facebook's investment for a data center in New Mexico could reach as high as $1 billion and will create thousands of construction jobs.
South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard on why you don't have to create lots of laws to create jobs and business growth.
Texas again beat California as the top technology-exporting state in America as it attracts Apple, Amazon, Google, Facebook and others.
Arkansas has attracted $1.4 billion in recent deals from Chinese companies, bringing to the state roughly 1,500 jobs.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton on how a major investment in a state's education system ultimately pays for itself through jobs and growth.
Tennessee now offers all citizens the chance to earn a free postsecondary degree or certificate.
States are forced into a false dichotomy between being worker-friendly or business-friendly, an idea Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey rejects.
To boost its economy, Arizona is supporting Google self-driving cars and Airbnb, and it just landed a major electric-car manufacturing deal.
Infosys gets criticized for use of foreign worker visas, but it's creating 2,000 tech jobs in Indiana. Gov. Eric Holcomb on the deal.