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Tulsa, Oklahoma Will Pay You $10,000 to Move There

Tulsa is joining the parade of places that are providing economic development incentives to people who are willing to relocate there.

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Sioux City, Iowa is rebooting a bright tech future

Sioux City has a history as a tech leader, and history is about to repeat itself.

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Amazon in advanced talks about putting second headquarters in Northern Virginia, those close to process say

The site in Arlington County is a front-runner to land the online retail giant’s second North American headquarters and its 50,000 jobs.

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Boise and Reno Capitalize on the California Real Estate Exodus

Sky-high housing prices in the Golden State bring an echo boom–and new neighbors–to other Western states.

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Carmel, Indiana’s Billion Dollar Bet

"We are actually going to invest into producing actual high-quality, urban amenities, infrastructure, etc. while we are in our growth phase, so that when we are complete, we have an essentially unreplicable environment that will retain its allure in a way that these earlier generations [of suburbia] didn’t."

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‘Nebraska: It’s not for everyone.’

Nebraska has a new tourism campaign, and it’s unlikely to be unequivocally popular.

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Phoenix Partnership Promises to Further Regional Smart Cities Work

The region’s biggest challenge lies in its inability to “clearly elucidate our collective challenges, identify our strategic opportunities, and build consensus on key priorities for the region,”

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California tests limits of state power, from internet to boardrooms

"If you avoid passing laws because of a risk that it will be overturned in court, then you’re never going to push the envelope on anything," said state Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco

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23 Reasons Why Japan Is Already Living In the Future

Japan is an incredibly technologically advanced nation. Visiting their fair isles is like taking a time machine to the future.

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Israel’s tech scene is growing so fast the country is called the ‘Startup Nation,’ but a local venture capitalist says it’s in danger of losing its entrepreneurial edge

But some, like Itzik Frid, a longtime Israeli tech entrepreneur and venture capitalist, think the country will lose its edge if it can’t better integrate its minorities into the tech scene.

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