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  • v  become established in a new location
    Our company relocated to the Midwest
  • v  move or establish in a new location
    We had to relocate the office because the rent was too high

  • Buying land for the system now, decades before it's needed, would cut acquisition costs and might entice businesses to relocate inside the corridors.
  • More than 3 million migrant workers have flooded into Shanghai, and as the city center is torn up for office high-rises, 226,000 people were forced to relocate to suburbia in 2003.
  • Not surprisingly, virtual managers report much less stress than employees who commute or relocate.
News & Articles


  • Brian France in Roanoke Times
    NASCAR Chairman Brian France said Friday in a statement that series officials "will continue to consider requests by any track operator, including SMI, to relocate race dates. Under NASCAR's realignment" plan, we have worked with track owners to...
  • Mick Cornett in USA Today
    The history of sports is littered with franchises that intended to relocate, said they would relocate and for whatever reason didn't relocate,said Cornett, a former television sportscaster. "Things change. I don't anticipate anything...
  • Jim Doyle in International Herald Tribune
    This is another tool we'll use to keep loyal visitors coming back, communicate why a business should relocate or expand here, and let talented employees know why they should choose Wisconsin,Doyle said.

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