A Strong Labor Market Is Even More Crucial For People Of Color
12 Sep 2022
The labor market recovered remarkably quickly from the recession in early 2020. This rapid recovery has had greater importance for Black, Latino and many Asian workers than for white workers as they rely more on income from work—wages, salaries and self-employment income—as opposed to income from capitol like dividends and interest
The New Industrial EcosystemAug 25 2022
Far beyond ports, hubs, and transportation networks, the new industrial ecosystem requires a cross-section of executive decision-makers to take a proactive data-driven stance on location strategies and logistics planning. Shifts across complex, geopolitical and socio-economic systems are happening too quickly, and the costs are too high not to rely on...
The United States is facing a critical shortage of product made from rare earth materials that are essential in manufacturing important components for more than 200 products, including high-tech consumer products such as cellular telephones, computer hard drives, electric and hybrid vehicles, flat-screen monitors and televisions, and significant defense applications...
“Golden Age” of Spec DevelopmentAug 23 2022
From coast to coast, demand for new warehouse and distribution space is hitting record-breaking levels. According to a recent report from Cushman & Wakefield,1 the U.S. industrial construction pipeline topped 600 million square feet for the first time ever in Q1 2022, with nearly 95 percent of that tally classified...