B. Braun Medical Brings $100M Investment and 175 Jobs to Volusia County, Florida

B. Braun Medical Inc., the world’s tenth largest medical device manufacturer, is coming to Florida. The company announced that it will be opening its first Florida manufacturing facility in Daytona Beach.

Daytona Beach, FL

Daytona Beach, FL

Supported by Enterprise Florida, Team Volusia Economic Development Corporation, Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce, City of Daytona Beach and Volusia County, the company is making a capital investment of $100 million at the former Baxter Pharmaceutical Solutions facility in Daytona Beach.

The project is expected to create 175 direct new jobs for Daytona Beach and Volusia County. These will be jobs with an average annual wage of $41,963, and total cumulative payroll of $37,766,025.

Braun Medical is part of the B. Braun Group of Companies, whose U.S. headquarters is located in Bethlehem, PA. The Group employs more than 54,000 employees in more than 60 countries, including about 4,700 in the United States. B. Braun Medical’s existing facilities are located in Allentown, PA and Irvine, CA.

This new facility in Daytona Beach will be a key part of helping to address the significant shortage in medical IV product solutions in the U.S. and in world markets.

The package of incentives offered to secure the project includes a 7-year ad valorem tax exemption from Volusia County with an estimated total value of $1,384,326.

Governor Rick Scott met personally with B. Braun executives during his domestic trade mission to Pennsylvania last year. In a statement announcing the project for Florida, Gov. Scott said that “I am proud to announce today that our work to bring B. Braun to Florida has paid off, and that the company has chosen Florida as the best location to grow and create 175 new jobs.”

The Governor added that this announcement shows that “our domestic trade missions are working to bring new opportunities to our state.”

Bruce A. Heugel, senior vice president of B. Braun Medical, added that “With its low taxes and business friendly environment for manufacturers like B. Braun, Florida was the best choice for expansion. We appreciate Governor Scott’s support and look forward to B. Braun’s future success in the Sunshine State.”

Teresa Rand, Chair of the Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce, noted that “This is a great example of the type of company that will help diversify our workforce and be a catalyst to generate interest in Volusia County as a great place to conduct business.”

Ohio Approves State Assistance For Seven Projects Including SportsBrain Relocation

At its latest meeting, the Ohio Tax Credit Authority (TCA) approved assistance for seven economic development projects set to create 530 jobs and retain 536 jobs statewide. Collectively, these projects are expected to spur $24.1 million in investment across Ohio, and will result in $21,241,653 in new payroll.

SportsBrain

SportsBrain (photo – sportsbrain.com)

One of the key projects in the lot is a Dublin economic development project that will bring the corporate headquarters of healthcare company SportsBrain LLC to Dublin, OH from its current Chicago location.

SportsBrain will create 17 new jobs with $1.6 million in new annual payroll in the Columbus Region, at a site in Dublin that is yet to be determined. The company plans to keep a sales office in Chicago.

Kristine Gross, president, SportsBrain LLC, said in a statement that “We made the strategic decision to locate our corporate headquarters in the Columbus Region because the area offers the right blend of proximity to sports organizations, a strong university system, a robust healthcare network and cost advantages.”

SportsBrain, LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cognitive Ventures, LLC – a healthcare company making a difference in sports, military, corporate and healthcare sectors. SportsBrain promotes brain safety, and is a leader in concussion testing and comprehensive end-to-end concussion management plus cognitive therapy and performance programs.

The Ohio TCA has approved a 1.426 percent, six-year Job Creation Tax Credit (JCTC) for this project. Two other Columbus region economic development projects approved for state assistance include an expansion in the City of Columbus by Ball Metal Food Container, LLC and a new project by GENCO I, Inc.

Ball Metal manufactures packaging for food, beverage and household goods, and is creating 50 full-time jobs. The TCA has approved a 1.228 percent, six-year JCTC for this project. GENCO I, Inc. provides logistic services, and is 82 new jobs at this new facility in Columbus. The TCA approved a 1.153 percent, six-year JCTC for this project.

Meanwhile, regional economic development organization REDI Cincinnati announced that two of its projects have also been approved to receive state assistance. Online estate sale company Everything But the House (EBTH.com LLC) plans to expand its footprint in the region, at a location that is yet to be determined.

EBTH.com’s $1 million investment and expansion plan includes the creation of 275 new jobs and the retention of 97 jobs. The TCA has approved a 1.259 percent, seven-year JCTC for this project.

The second Cincinnati project is Rotex Global, LLC, a subsidiary of Hillenbrand. Rotex provides high-quality screening machines to separate dry materials. The company is expanding its operations in the City of Cincinnati with a $400,000 investment and the creation of 20 full-time jobs, and retention of 165 jobs. The TCA has approved a 0.722 percent, five-year JCTC for this project.

Kimm Coyner, managing director of projects and JobsOhio liaison for REDI Cincinnati, said in a statement that “Seeing regional companies like EBTH and Rotex Global grow is always encouraging. When strong companies like these commit to growing and hiring people here, our regional economy thrives.”

The remaining two projects approved for state assistance are Risk International Services, Inc. and ATK Space Systems, Inc. The latter is consolidating its operations in the Ohio cities of Kettering and Beavercreek, and will create 68 new jobs as part of this process. The company has received approval for a 1.701 percent, seven-year JCTC.

Risk International Services, Inc. is expanding its operations in the City of Fairlawn, OH, and expects to create 18 new full-time jobs. The TCA has approved a 1.401 percent, six-year JCTC for this project.

Michigan Economic Development Delegation in Europe for Hannover Messe

Governor Rick Snyder is in Europe, leading an investment mission focused on strengthening trade relationships and attracting job-creating business investments.

Hannover Messe, Germany

Hannover Messe, Germany (photo – EnergieAgentur.NRW)

The Governor will attend the opening event of Hannover Messe today. This is the world’s largest industrial technology trade fair taking place in Hannover, Germany from April 25-29. This year marks the first time ever that the United States is a partner country of the fair.

Michigan Economic Development Corporation Chief Executive Officer Steve Arwood, Auto Sector Senior Vice President Kevin Kerrigan and other MEDC officials also are part of the delegation, as are representatives from local economic development agencies including the Detroit Regional Chamber and Southwest Michigan First of Kalamazoo.

Gov. Snyder said in a statement that “Hannover Messe is an opportunity to highlight Michigan’s leading position in the U.S. in advanced and high volume manufacturing. It’s also an opportunity to promote our Brainpower campaign as one way we are working to ensure Michigan remains the leader for automotive innovation into the future.”

Apart from the state delegation, leaders from several Michigan companies are traveling to Germany to participate in the Michigan Economic Development Corporation’s booth at Hannover Messe, where they will have the opportunity to present their companies to potential buyers and meet with government and business leaders.

This mission is being led by Automation Alley, and the companies participating in the mission are – EPIC Translations (Canton); JAAN Technologies (Sterling Heights); Len & Jerry’s/OmnicO AGV (Clinton Township); Managed Programs (Auburn Hills); Menawat & Co. (Saline); Mobile Computing Solutions (Sterling Heights); Power Panel (Detroit); and The SearchLite (Ann Arbor).

MEDC CEO Steve Arwood said in the release that “Diverse industries and ease of entry into other European Union countries provide an excellent opportunity for Michigan companies to increase their exports.”

As part of this investment mission, the Governor will also travel to Switzerland, Italy and the Netherlands. Gov. Snyder will be in Switzerland on Tuesday, where he will meet with business executives and government officials and visit a leading training facility. He will then travel to Italy to meet with executives from automotive supply chain companies, before wrapping up his trip on Friday in the Netherlands, where he will meet with Dutch government officials and educators.

In the last fiscal year, companies assisted by MEDC’s International Trade Program reported $342.1 million in sales. “These investment missions have opened doors with business leaders in other countries, resulting in good jobs for Michigan residents now and for years to come,” said Gov. Snyder.

New NYC Energy Efficiency Initiatives to Reduce GHG From Buildings, Create Green Jobs

A suite of new energy efficiency initiatives has been announced that will dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the over one million buildings in New York City.

ONENYC

ONENYC (photo – nyc.gov)

Buildings account for nearly three-quarters of all emissions in New York City. The new steps the City has announced are projected to reduce GHG emissions from buildings by 2.7 million metric tons – the equivalent of taking more than 560,000 cars off the road.

The NYC economic development benefits from these initiatives include savings for building owners of approximately $900 million in energy costs, and creation of an estimated 1,300 direct construction-related jobs.

Combined with the policies and programs announced in Mayor de Blasio’s One City: Built to Last ten-year plan to retrofit public and private buildings, the City’s initiatives are now expected to reduce GHG emissions from buildings by a total of 6.1 million metric tons by 2025, putting the city well on a path to reach its goal of an 80 percent reduction in all emissions by 2050 (80 by 50).

The new initiatives and proposed bills announced are categorized as follows:

Require and Catalyze Retrofits in Existing Buildings – This includes retro-commissioning; requiring buildings to complete cost-effective energy conservation measures; requiring large and mid-size building owners to repair and improve heating distribution systems; requiring large and mid-size building owners to assess deep energy retrofit strategies as part of their required energy audit.

Also, new bills being considered by the City Council will improve efficiency and information transparency in mid-sized buildings and non-residential spaces, and seek changes to historic building and other laws to encourage energy improvements.

2016 New York City Energy Code – The 2016 New York City Energy Code was introduced in the City Council a few days ago, and incorporates best practice efficiency requirements that can be adopted in the market in the near-term. For example, the code will require a solar-ready zone on roofs of one- and two-family homes that have sufficient solar potential.

All told, the updated code will reduce energy use for new buildings and major renovations by approximately 8.5 percent for new commercial buildings, and 25 percent for new residential buildings, as compared to existing Energy Code standards.

Rick Fedrizzi, CEO and Founding Chair of the U.S. Green Building Council, said in the release that these newest energy efficiency initiatives, especially those that focus on retrofitting existing buildings, are examples of real leadership and the City is to be congratulated for setting a big goal and laying out a clear path to meet it.

Moving forward, the City will also seek to change the paradigm for future Energy Code updates to ensure that they account for whole building energy performance and the interaction of systems.

ABC Relocation of Quantico Series Production Brings Hundreds of Jobs to New York

The ABC Studio television series Quantico is relocating production of its next season of episodes from Montreal to New York.

New York

New York (photo – stevevoght/flickr)

All aspects of production, including the writing team, will be based in New York, generating an estimated $68 million in spending in the state. The production will create at least 300 full-time jobs in New York, and production will continue through May next year.

Post production for the first season was also done in New York, and generated over $5 million for the local economy. ABC Studios, a key content provider for ABC Entertainment, is a subsidiary of the Walt Disney Co. Since 2011, Disney has directly contributed an estimated $500 million to New York State’s economy through television and film production, along with an estimated 37,102 jobs for New Yorkers.

In a statement announcing the project, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo said that “We are proud that Disney recognizes all that the Empire State has to offer and that Quantico’s relocation will generate hundreds of jobs for New Yorkers and contribute millions of dollars to local businesses.”

Chief New York economic development agency Empire State Development President, CEO and Commissioner Howard Zemsky added that “The series is a welcome addition to the Empire State’s booming television and film industries, which have created thousands of jobs and contributed significantly to other industries across the state.”

Patrick Moran, Executive Vice President, ABC Studios, likewise responded that “ABC Studios values the strong partnership that has developed with Empire State Development (ESD) and we look forward to collaborating with the team to create an excellent television show as well as expanded job opportunities for New Yorkers.”

Quantico Executive Producer Joshua Safran noted that “Quantico is partially set in New York and the authenticity and production value gained from simply being amongst its varied environments is invaluable.”

Quantico joins a long list of major film productions and television series that have touted New York State’s Film Tax Credit Program as a major factor when choosing the Empire State as the location to film.

Since 2004, a total of 1,382 film and television projects have participated in the program and are estimated to have generated more than one million new hires and $20 billion in new spending in New York State. In 2015 alone, a record 203 film and television projects that applied for the program are estimated to generate 187,764 new hires and $3.05 billion in new spending statewide.

LAX Economic Impact Analysis Report – 620,610 Jobs and $126.6B Output

Yet another economic impact analysis report released by the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation, this time about the major role Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has as a giant economic engine for Southern California.

LAX economic impact analysis report

LAX economic impact analysis report (photo – laedc.org)

The report, prepared by the LAEDC Institute for Applied Economics, was commissioned by Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), and quantifies the total economic impact in the six-county Southern California region of LAX and activities related to airport services, as well as of its capital improvement program.

The report is based on data from LAX’s 2014 operations, when the airport carried 70.7 million passengers on more than 578,000 domestic and international flights, and moved two million tons of mail and cargo. This activity generated operating revenue of $961.7 million and resulted in the employment of 3,500 workers with salaries and benefits of $356.7 million.

But the impact of LAX on Southern California economic development goes way beyond this. Highlights from the LAX impact study:

– 620,610 jobs in Southern California;

– $37.3 billion in labor income;

– $126.6 billion in business revenues (output); and

– $6.2 billion in state and local taxes, and $8.7 billion in federal tax revenues.

The ongoing LAX Modernization Program supports another 121,640 annual jobs with labor income of $7.6 billion, plus $20.3 billion in business revenues (output), another $966 million in state and local taxes, and $1.6 billion in federal tax revenues.

This is based on the economic impacts of $10.1 billion in spending for capital-improvement projects. Over a 15-year period starting in 2008, Los Angeles World Airports will have spent more than $14 billion to re-imagine, renovate and rebuild LAX.

Arriving visitors spent $9.7 billion and supported 155,640 jobs at the region’s many hotels, restaurants, theme parks and entertainment centers, and retail outlets. More than $45.6 billion of goods shipped through LAX to international destinations were produced by regional manufacturers, whose employees and suppliers benefited from these sales. All told, international exports supported 322,000 jobs.

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said in a statement that this LAEDC report confirms that “this generational investment in our airport is paying off with hundreds of thousands of jobs for Angelenos and billions added to our local economy.”

City Councilmember Bob Blumenfield, chair of the Council’s Innovation, Grants, Technology, Commerce, and Trade Committee, which oversees the airport, added that “LAX is our gateway to the Pacific and the world, and it’s the entryway for good jobs and economic vitality throughout Southern California.”

Sean Burton, president of the Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners, which also oversees LAWA, noted that “The LAX Modernization Program is creating an estimated 121,640 annual jobs and generating $7.58 billion in worker wages, making it one of the City’s largest public-works programs in Los Angeles history.”

LAWA CEO Deborah Flint likewise said that “The projects underway at LAX, and those being planned, are also of a size and duration that will create new jobs and provide opportunity for meaningful participation of small, local and diverse businesses.”

See the full LAX economic impact analysis report (pdf)

Healthcare Data Company ChartSpan’s Expansion Brings 300 Jobs to Greenville, SC

Healthcare data company ChartSpan Medical Technologies, Inc. has announced plans to establish and run clinical support operations at a new location in downtown Greenville, SC.

Greenville, SC ChartSpan

Photo – greenvilleeconomicdevelopment.com

Backed by venture funding, South Carolina job development credits and support from the Greenville Area Development Corporation (GADC), the company is making a $3.2 million capital investment and has signed a lease for nearly 100,000 square feet of office space at 2 North Main Street.

ChartSpan expects to bring 300 new healthcare jobs to this facility in Greenville, making the company one of the largest employers in the downtown area.

The three year old technology start-up helps doctors and patients engage with each other through portals, mobile apps and chronic care services. The startup relocated to Greenville from Texas as one of ten businesses accepted to the Iron Yard Ventures Healthcare Accelerator Program in 2013.

Upon exiting from the accelerator program, the company was offered state and Greenville economic development tax and job creation incentives to stay in Greenville. ChartSpan agreed, and made Greenville its headquarters location with support from GADC and NEXT.

NEXT is a program of the Greenville Chamber, created to attract and grow high-impact, knowledge-based companies by developing an entrepreneurial ecosystem and connecting entrepreneurs to it. The NEXT Innovation Center provides flexible office space options for innovative companies, entrepreneurs, and technology companies.

Supported by NEXT and GADC, ChartSpan has grown into one of the leading patient engagement companies in healthcare over the last two years. ChartSpan’s patient technologies have become the most downloaded medical app in the United States. The company released its new patient engagement product suite last month, and has already signed more than $9,000,000 in customer contracts.

In order to secure this latest expansion and the 300 jobs the company will bring, the South Carolina Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved more job development credits for ChartSpan.

ChartSpan CEO and Cofounder Jon-Michial Carter said in a statement that “We have a deep love and affinity for Greenville. The State Department of Commerce, the Greenville Department of Economic Development, NEXT and Greenville city leaders have helped us every step of the way.”

Governor Nikki Haley likewise responded that “ChartSpan’s $3.2 million investment, and the 300 new jobs it will create, will have a huge impact in Greenville and across the state, and we couldn’t be more excited to continue this partnership and watch them succeed here for a very long time.”

Greenville County Council Chairman Dr. Bob Taylor added that the County continues to grow and support cutting-edge technology companies like ChartSpan because of the high quality of life, well-educated workforce and innovative business sector. “We are thrilled to see ChartSpan’s entrepreneurial spirit and efforts lead to this expansion here in Greenville,” said Taylor.

Mayor de Blasio Launches Solarize NYC Program to Expand Access to Low-Cost Solar

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced the citywide launch of Solarize NYC, a program designed to further increase access to solar in the five boroughs and reduce costs through community group purchasing campaigns.

Solarize NYC

Solarize NYC (photo – nycsolarize.com)

In addition to supporting the City’s goal of installing 250 MW of solar capacity on private property by 2025, Solarize NYC’s mission is to reduce barriers for communities that have historically had limited access to solar. Also, it will help grow the local solar industry by stimulating demand for local installers.

Solarize programs that aggregate customers typically reduce solar costs by 10 to 20 percent, and the definition of a “community” is quite flexible in this reference. Applicants will have the opportunity to self-define their community, whether the boundaries are geographic, such as a block or neighborhood; an affinity group, such as a Business Improvement District, a labor union, or a house of worship; or otherwise.

The Solarize NYC program builds on the successful NYSolar Smart Solarize Brooklyn CB6 pilot program run last year by Sustainable CUNY. Twenty-six contracts have been signed to date through this pilot, representing 141 kilowatts of power.

The new citywide Solarize NYC program will be a core component of New York City’s OneNYC goal of expanding renewable energy, a part of Mayor de Blasio’s commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 80 percent by 2050.

Mayor Blasio said in a statement that “We’ve focused on cutting red tape and leading by example, and solar installations have already tripled since the beginning of this administration.”

Over the last two years, the amount of solar capacity installed in the city has indeed tripled, with private and public installations now totaling almost 75 megawatts.  Public solar capacity has increased 13-fold to nearly 9 MW since Mayor de Blasio took office. During this same period, private solar capacity has nearly tripled from 24 MW to nearly 65 MW.

“Now, Solarize NYC means more and more New Yorkers across the city will have access to lower-cost solar – and can help us achieve our OneNYC goals of 80×50 and more,” added Mayor de Blasio.

Communities that are interested in applying to participate in Solarize NYC can submit a Letter of Interest here. The NYC Solar Partnership will work alongside selected communities to design a Solarize NYC campaign for them that will include technical assistance from solar ombudsmen; funding support for marketing materials and staff time; and marketing and outreach plans that are tailored to the needs of each community.

The NYC Solar Partnership is led by Sustainable CUNY, which works collaboratively with the New York City Economic Development Corporation and the New York City Mayor’s Office of Sustainability to promote an equitable and self-sustaining solar market in pursuit of the Mayor’s goal of increasing solar capacity around the city.

CUNY Chancellor James B. Milliken said in the release that “CUNY is proud to have led the NYC Solar Partnership over the last decade, building pathways to increased solar energy use and the creation of new jobs in our city.”

NYC Economic Development Corp. President Maria Torres-Springer noted that “Solarize NYC will lower energy costs for participants and create new solar job opportunities for local residents, proving that supporting the development of the clean energy sector isn’t just smart environmental policy, it’s smart economics.”

Amazon Expands Again in Haslet, Texas With Second Fulfillment Center and 1000 Jobs

Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) has announced plans to open yet another fulfillment center in Texas. This will be the second Amazon fulfillment center in Haslet, the fourth in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, and the sixth overall in Texas.

Haslet econdev Amazon fulfillment

Photo – haslet.org

The new 1 million square-foot fulfillment center will create another 1,000 new jobs for Haslet and the region, adding to the more than 8,000 full-time hourly associates Amazon already employs at its Texas fulfillment centers in Haslet, Coppell, southern Dallas and Schertz, with a fifth currently under construction in San Marcos.

Amazon also has three sortation centers in Texas located in Irving, Houston and San Antonio.

Akash Chauhan, Amazon’s Vice President of North American operations, said in a statement that “We are appreciative of the community, not just in Haslet but the entire Dallas area for its support of Amazon, its top-notch workforce and the customers who enable us to continually grow across the country.”

Employees at the new Haslet facility will pick, pack, and ship smaller customer items such as books, electronics and toys. The arrival of Amazon’s physical fulfillment and sorting centers in Texas has been particularly helpful for Haslet economic development.

Amazon first announced plans to open three Texas fulfillment centers in Coppell, Haslet and Schertz in Jan 2013 with 1,000 jobs. That first 1.2 million-square-foot Haslet facility, located in the AllianceTexas development, also handles smaller items. Since opening in Haslet, Amazon has announced two subsequent expansions last year, bringing the workforce count at this facility up to over 2,000 associates.

After the company announced its $21.5 expansion last year, David Miracle, then executive director of Haslet Economic Development, said in a statement that “We work hard to attract business to the community and it is always rewarding to have an expansion of an existing employer — especially one that creates such a large number of jobs as well as significant direct benefits for the City.”

Following this latest announcement of a second large fulfillment center with another 1,000 jobs, Haslet Mayor Bob Golden likewise noted that “Amazon has been not only a significant job creator in Haslet, but also a great community partner. Just a few months ago, the company donated Amazon tablets to a local school and $2,000 in gift cards to promote the use of technology in the classroom.”

The arrival of an Amazon fulfillment center and the large number of jobs it brings is also valuable to a community for workforce development, due to the many career enhancement opportunities the company provides.

For example, under the Career Choice initiative, the company will pre-pay up to 95 percent of tuition on behalf of its associates for courses related to in-demand fields, regardless of whether the skills are relevant to a career at Amazon. Since the program’s launch, employees have been pursuing degrees in diverse fields such as game design and visual communications, nursing, IT programming and radiology, to name a few.

TD Ameritrade Expansion in Ann Arbor, Michigan to Create 75 Jobs Related to Stock Trading Software

Financial services firm ThinkTech, Inc., a technology subsidiary of TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation (NASDAQ: AMTD), is expanding its operations in Ann Arbor, MI.

TD Ameritrade Park

TD Ameritrade (photo – Skinzfan23/wikimedia)

Supported by Ann Arbor SPARK and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, the company will open a new high-tech financial services office in Ann Arbor to develop stock trading software.

This high-profile Ann Arbor economic development project will generate up to $5.75 million in total capital investment and create 75 new jobs.

Marv Adams, executive vice president and chief operating officer, TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation, said in a statement that “The city of Ann Arbor has a flourishing technology and business community that we want to continue benefiting from and contributing to.”

ThinkTech chose Ann Arbor and Michigan for this project over competing sites in New Jersey, Nebraska and Illinois. In order to secure it, MEDC has announced Michigan Strategic Fund approval of a $500,000 Michigan Business Development Program performance-based grant.

MEDC Chief Executive Officer Steve Arwood said in the release that “TD Ameritrade’s investment means Michigan residents will find good job opportunities that could well have gone to other states.”

Ann Arbor SPARK, the public-private economic development partnership working to advance the economy of the Ann Arbor region, has provided assistance to TD Ameritrade since it began to expand in the region, and is currently helping the company recruit new hires.

TD Ameritrade first established its Ann Arbor technology facility in early 2014. It’s worth noting that the company’s new location is in the McKinley Towne Centre in space formerly occupied by Google, which is itself relocating to a new facility in Ann Arbor.

Paul Krutko, president and CEO of Ann Arbor SPARK, highlighted these moves as signs of a healthy economy. “TD Ameritrade’s new technology location in downtown Ann Arbor is exciting: It means more people working, shopping, and dining in Ann Arbor, which adds to the vibrancy of our community and our economy,” said Krutko. “What’s more, with its move to a new location, there’s now great space on the real estate market that’s ideal for another tech company. This cycle of moving in and moving up is a sign of a healthy economy.”

TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation (NASDAQ: AMTD) is the holding company of Omaha, NE-based online broker TD Ameritrade. Last year, the company generated $3.247 billion in revenue offering investing and trading services for more than six million funded client accounts that total more than $650 billion in assets.

 

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