When Companies Pull Up Stakes

Lower costs nearby are the draw

Companies that decide to move to another state usually leave a lot of investment behind--in time, effort, contacts, customers, and human and physical capital. That's why such moves are a particularly hot issue in the competitive battle among states to attract new businesses. And that's why Dun & Bradstreet Corp.'s latest study of business migration is so revealing.

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