Tortoise wins race for best U.S. city for business – MarketWatch
It’s no fluke in the pan either. Spokane (WA), Phoenix (AZ) and Boise(ID) have been consistent scorers, because you can get the same quality of life for much less than a crushing load on your pockets. And your favorite banks and ATMs have not been taken down either. Your favourite super retailers are there right till Nordstrom, I’d say do it now. Figure out where you want to live in that new pay cap, and your office will do it for you. Come to Iowa, Come to Nebraska. Come in your own plane. That is why your bonus is in the best stock you could own, your employer. Try it!
We all know the fable of the tortoise ultimately winning his painstakingly measured race against the hare.
Apply that to today’s economy and it’s relatively easy to come up with a winner for MarketWatch’s third survey of the best U.S. cities for business. This year’s victor is the subdued terrapin of regional economies: Des Moines, Iowa — population 556,230.
Posted on December 17, 2009, in Bank Stocks, Retail Lifestyle, US and tagged family life, lifestyle, O'nomics, Recovery, Reform, repayment, Retail, Retail Lifestyle. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.