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Toronto Star
U.S. industry stands to lose billions as companies spooked by security leaks seek to store personal data outside U.S.
Wall Street Journal
The Canadian government is utilizing the PRISM revelations to enhance efforts to entice Silicon Valley giants to build facilities in Canada.
Bloomberg
From an economic perspective, the argument that rapid technological development is destroying jobs and slowing employment growth is simply not accurate, says Rob Atkinson.
USA Today
New poll indicates that 25% of Canadian and UK businesses are taking steps to move data storage out of the U.S.
Maclean’s
Robert Atkinson argues the small movement of jobs back to the U.S. is largely cyclical and not indicative of a broader trend.

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NJ Spotlight
Competition for innovation-based economic growth has become so intense that states have to get everything right: taxes, trade, infrastructure, and much more, says Stephen Ezell.
Eugene Register Guard
The state’s decisions on everything from education to tax policy should be evaluated based on their ability to improve innovation and technical capacity.