NEW MEXICO: Albuquerque Blues
- Juggernaut economics. Odenwald, Arlene Cinelli // New Mexico Business Journal;Sep93, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p8
Reports on the economic developments in Albuquerque, New Mexico establishments. Growth in Kirtland Air Force Base; Sandia National Laboratory; Intel; Commercial and residential real estate; Philips Semiconductors; West Side's network of roads; South Valley development; Neighborhood...
- Red hot. // New Mexico Business Journal;Sep94, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p20
Reports on the economic growth in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Non-agricultural employment; Personal income; Factors that contribute to economic growth; Growth of the construction industry; Services sector employment.
- What next, Albuquerque? Gordon, Wally // New Mexico Business Journal;Oct95, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p16
Discusses the growing regionalism of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Evidences indicating the start of a new regional thinking; Former Albuquerque mayor David Rusk's views on the advantages of an integrated metropolitan area; Fear from combination of sprawl and balkanization; City planning director...
- Could there be too many visions? Craig, Susan // New Mexico Business Journal;Oct96, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p14
Focuses on the future of Albuquerque, and its surrounding areas in New Mexico for the 21st century. Information on Shared Vision, an organization which seek citizen's input into the issues of the city's growth and direction; Impact of the economic development summit which was held in spring...
- Diversify--or die? Willard, Larry D. // New Mexico Business Journal;Oct96, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p21
Opinion. Argues that for Albuquerque, New Mexico (N.M.) to maintain a strong economy it must not rely heavily on any one employer. What is important to personal investment portfolios; Goal of the Albuquerque Economic Development Incorporated (AED); What the citizens in N.M should be concern...
- What's good for you, Albuquerque? Covell, James A. // New Mexico Business Journal;Jul95, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p57
Focuses on the need for economic improvement in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Traffic as the foremost problem; Comparison with Tucson, Arizona; Role of politicians in economic development; Potentials businesses; Failure of initial efforts at mass transit development.
- New Mexico. Sanders, Lisa // Bond Buyer;07/15/97, Vol. 321 Issue 30187, p34
Reports on the rating assigned by Standard & Poor's to the $22.5 million bonds of Albuquerque, New Mexico Municipal School District. Rating on the municipality's $59 million outstanding general obligation debt; Reflection of the city's strong economy.
- Where's The City Going? Cochnar, Bob // New Mexico Business Journal;Oct98, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p15
Focuses on the development challenges facing Albuquerque, New Mexico. Description of the business climate in the city; Social conditions in the city; History of the city.
- A Sustainable Albuquerque. Wall, Dennis // New Mexico Business Journal;Oct98, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p21
Focuses on the activities by the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce in the development efforts in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Major role of the chamber in the development efforts; Long-term issues affecting the development effort; Comment by Terri Cole, president of the chamber.