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2 named to Vt. economic development, marketing

The woman who helped grow Eating Well Media Group has been named Economic Development Commissioner for Vermont. Full story

Mich.-based firm to move its headquarters to Ga.

Georgia economic development officials say an engineering firm is moving its headquarters from suburban Detroit to northeast Georgia, creating 80 new full-time positions at the new site. Full story

Development group buys block in Newport, Vt.

A piece of the big economic development puzzle being assembled in northern Vermont appears to be falling into place. Full story

Plan to boost industry in Horry Co. could generate billions

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - Bringing in big business to Horry County comes at a high cost. A brand new economic development plan is in the works, and it could impact taxpayers' wallets. Full story

Where you can apply for one of 40 new jobs in St. George

UPDATE TO THIS STORY: Comact is no longer taking applications for these jobs. However, if you need a job, the St. George QuickJobs Training Center may still be able to help you find and/or train for another job. Full story

NH gov vetoes bill changing council membership

Gov. Maggie Hassan has vetoed a bill that proposes changing the duties and reducing the membership of New Hampshire's Economic Development Advisory Council. Full story

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Ralph Rosenberg, KKR, and Tom Rolfstad, Williston, North Dakota, head of economic development, discusses the highlights of a private equity deal to develop housing in Williston, North Dakota.

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