Cary, NC – If the United States’ current growth continues until June 2019, the country will have its longest period of sustained growth in history. But with such long-term growth comes fears about when recession will hit again and that was the topic of this year’s Economic Forecast Breakfast at the Cary Chamber of Commerce. Read more
Cary, NC – With low unemployment and wage growth that outpaces most cities, the Cary-Raleigh-Morrisville economy stands out in North Carolina. But a recent study shows the region is even more exceptional, ranking second out of all American metropolitan areas for performance in 2017. Read more
Cary, NC – Every year is a chance to evaluate the local economy but when a new president comes to power, it is particularly important to look at what changes may come and what impact they will have. That’s what hundreds of business leaders in Cary did as economist Michael Walden tried to chart out 2017. Read more
Cary, NC — This week on Wednesday, January 28, 2015, Mayor Harold Weinbrecht delivered his annual State of the Town Address to the Cary Chamber of Commerce at Prestonwood Country Club. Read more
Cary, NC — Dr. Michael Walden, distinguished NC State economics professor, addressed Cary Chamber of Commerce members with his Economic Forecast for 2015 at Prestonwood Country Club on January 7, 2015. Read more
Story by Matt Young. Charts from 2011 Economic Forecast by Michael Walden. Photo by Hal Goodtree.
Cary, N.C. – Wednesday, the Cary Chamber hosted the 2011 Economic Forecast at Prestonwood Country Club. The featured speaker was Dr. Michael Walden, Wm Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor, N.C. State University.
The breakfast event drew about 200 people – a robust turnout. Dr. Walden remarked that the strong attendance in Cary was a positive economic sign. Read more