Monthly Archives: September 2010

Thoughts on the National Infrastructure Bank

While the idea has been around for some time, President Obama’s recent proposal to create a new $50 million National Infrastructure Bank is rightly gaining a lot of attention.  It was the subject of Congressional hearings today, and will likely … Continue reading

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Hop on the Bus in North Carolina

With the kids heading back to school, my mind has turned to things educational.   Readers with an interest in entrepreneurship education might want to check out North Carolina’s “Hop on the Bus” Competition.  This project is statewide entrepreneurship competition for North … Continue reading

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A New Vision for the EDA

Yesterday, Commerce Assistant Secretary John Fernandex laid out a new vision for the US Economic Development Administration (EDA) at the annual conference of the National Association of Development Organizations.  You can access his remarks here.   I like much of the … Continue reading

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