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Category: Economics and Statistics Administration

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08/30/2011 Blog BEA Computes that Rural America Personal Income Did Better than Urban America in 2009
06/17/2014 Blog Assess Costs Everywhere – Now Even Better!
09/09/2013 Blog Arts and “First Friday” Contribute to Overall Economic Activity in Missoula, Montana
12/03/2013 Blog America Is Open for Giving
09/12/2011 News Acting U.S. Commerce Secretary Rebecca Blank Highlights Key Role of Education in Promoting Racial and Ethnic Equality in STEM
12/14/2010 Blog Acting Deputy Secretary Blank Speaks at U.S. Chamber on Impact of Women in Business on the Economy
12/21/2011 News Acting Deputy Secretary Blank Sets the Stage for the America COMPETES Report
07/22/2011 Blog Acting Deputy Secretary Blank Meets with Business Leaders in Michigan, Stresses Value of Science and Innovation to Job Creation
04/09/2013 Blog ACE Tool Helps U.S. Businesses Fully Assess the Advantages of Manufacturing and Sourcing In America
01/06/2012 Blog A Timeline of Out Compete-ing
04/21/2011 Blog A 'Coming of Age' Event for Local Social and Economic Statistical Information
12/18/2012 Blog 2012 Economic Census Mailings Sent to U.S. Businesses to Create a Snapshot of the American Economy
05/23/2012 Blog 2010 Census: On-Time, Under-Budget, and Extremely Accurate
05/03/2012 Blog 2010 Census Statistics Showed Asians Were Fastest-Growing Race Group
01/26/2012 Blog 2010 Census Shows Nearly Half of American Indians and Alaska Natives Report Multiple Races
05/26/2011 Blog 2010 Census Shows Nation’s Hispanic Population Grew Four Times Faster than the Total U.S. Population, While Overall Population is Aging
05/08/2012 Blog 2010 Census Shows More than Half of Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders Report Multiple Races
04/26/2012 Blog 2010 Census Shows Interracial and Interethnic Married Couples Grew by 28 Percent over Decade
03/22/2012 Blog 2010 Census Shows Asians are Fastest-Growing Race Group
09/08/2014 Blog 1776 Roundtable: Businesses Growing Out of Data