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High lumber prices, REITs bounce, supply chain issues again, why is Delaware so sexy for startups, and more?

Dane Carlson
Dane Carlson
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Assorted Links Monday

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35th Annual Survey of Corporate Executives Commentary: Skilled Labor, Taxes & Incentives Still Paramount in the Location Decision


Why Delaware is the sexiest place in America to incorporate a company


How America’s great economic challenge suddenly turned 180 degrees:

Just a few months ago, the nation faced an enormous shortage of demand for goods and services, which threatened to prolong the pandemic-induced downturn long beyond the point at which the virus was contained. The central economic problem of 2021 is looking like the polar opposite. Businesses are beginning to face the challenge of producing adequate supplies of goods and services — whether of lumber or of cold beer — to satiate that resurgent demand.

REITs in 2020's hardest-hit sectors bounce back as economy roars to life


High lumber prices, which stem mostly from the pandemic and a pest, aren't helping many timber cutters, landowners

What Economic Developers Need to Know This Week

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Founder/Host of Econ Dev Show. Also: Sitehunt CEO and economic development consultant in Greater Houston, Texas.


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