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What ABQ can learn from cities that grew their businesses

/   Rachel Sapin, Albuquerque Business Journal

New Mexico is behind in its region when it comes to business growth. That’s according to an Economic Innovation Group report titled “Dynamism in Retreat” that showed fewer businesses open and close each year across the U.S., and that the nation’s lack of dynamism has contributed to the economic decline of metro areas across the…

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Most distressed places in Upstate NY: 53 communities struggling to get by, ranked

/   Ben Axelson, New York Upstate

New data compiled and plotted by the public policy research organization called the Economic Innovation Group, shows which places and counties across Upstate NY are the most fiscally distressed. … By: Ben Axelson, New York Upstate Read the full article here.

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Too many locally living in “distressed” communities

/   The Editorial Board, The Orange County Register

Reflecting the vast inequities across the state, 27.8 percent of Californians live in prosperous communities while 11.7 percent of Californians live in “distressed” ZIP codes, according to the Economic Innovation Group’s 2017 Distressed Communities Index. … By: The Editorial Board, The Orange County Register Read the full article here.

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Ahwatukee scores well in study of nation’s prosperity

/   Wayne Schutsky, Ahwatukee Foothills News

The Economic Innovation Group, a bipartisan public policy organization, recently released “The 2017 Distressed Communities Index,” which analyzes a range of economic factors in communities across the country and ranks ZIP codes and cities using a cumulative distress score. … By: Wayne Schutsky, Ahwatukee Foothills News Read the full article here.

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Recession’s Hangover Blurs the Way to a Broad Recovery.

/   Ben Casselman, The New York Times

A recent report from the Economic Innovation Group identified large parts of the country, including cities like Cleveland and Memphis, that have experienced essentially no recovery at all. … By: Ben Casselman, The New York Times Read the full article here.

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