Why the Corporate Office Campus is Alive and Well

by CoyDavidson on September 15, 2011

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The United States has the Highest Share of National Employment in Large Enterprises

I have come across a few articles in the recent past about how the corporate office campus was an endangered species, which I have dismissed as unsubstantiated rhetoric. However, much of that chatter seemed to die down after a flurry of recent high profile corporate office campus deals such as those from Facebook, Apple and Exxon-Mobil were announced, just to name a few.

I stumbled upon some research from John Schmitt that would explain the demand for office space from larger enterprises. His research indicates that the United States has just about the smallest small-business sector in the world’s rich economies.

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