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Profitable to the Core

January 29th, 2013 Comments Off
The interior of Shorenstein’s Seaport Center in Boston. The building was built in 1909 as a wool warehouse. By Sharon H. Fitzgerald While some American metropolitan areas continue their sprawl as their inner cities die, others are realizing what ...

Bottling the Wind

November 28th, 2012 Comments Off
By Sharon H. Fitzgerald As America continues to push for renewable, domestic sources of energy, the wind sector more than ever before is piquing the interest of communities lucky enough to be located where the free wind blows. America’s ...

To Lure Sustainable Companies, The Connection Is The People

October 5th, 2012 Comments Off
A variety of sustainable companies outline what they were looking for when siting new operations. By Sharon H. Fitzgerald The year was 1997 when John Elkington, a global authority on corporate responsibility, coined the phrase “people, planet, profit” to ...

Selling a Vibe: What it Takes to Lure Today’s Talent

September 12th, 2012 Comments Off
By Sharon Fitzgerald “What’s interesting about Detroit right now is that it’s all about building and growth and redefining things and believing that individuals can make a big difference. That comes through in this building, in the city and ...