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Business forum discusses bringing international talent to Louisville

May 26, 2015

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Welcoming people from other countries and encouraging them to get involved in the local business scene was the goal of a forum today at the Seelbach Hilton. Greater Louisville Inc. and several other groups talked about how the city can attract economic talent from around the world. “An overall economic strategy…

A Rubio 2016 blueprint, for all to see

May 26, 2015

It isn’t often that a presidential campaign blueprint comes packaged between covers and available in bookstores and online for all to see. But that’s the inescapable conclusion from looking through the pages of the book entitled, “2016 and Beyond,” by Republican pollster Whit Ayres. Ayres is one of his party’s leading analysts. He also happens…

Honoring America’s Foreign-Born Soldiers

May 25, 2015

Five Stories of Bravery and Patriotism Serving in the military has always been considered a patriotic and quintessentially American activity. And like so many things in America that have benefitted from immigration – from our cutting edge technology companies to our top-flight universities – our military owes much of its success to the contributions of…

Louisville’s immigrant labor force is larger than national average, study finds

May 21, 2015

Louisville’s percentage of immigrants in its work force is higher than the national average and higher than in peer cities Cincinnati, Nashville and St. Louis, according to a study released by Americas Society, Council of the Americas and the Partnership for a New American Economy. The Partnership for a New American Economy is a bipartisan…

Immigration and Louisville

May 21, 2015

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