1. Washington, D.C.
2. Minneapolis, Minn.
3. Portland, Ore.
4. Denver, Colo.
5. San Francisco, Calif.
6. San Jose, Calif.
7. Seattle, Wash.
8. San Diego, Calif.
9. Boston, Mass.
10. Sacramento, Calif.
11. Salt Lake City, Utah
12. Hartford, Conn.
13. Raleigh, North Carolina
14. Cincinnati, Ohio
15. Richmond, Va.
16. Austin Texas
17. Pittsburg, Pa
18. Atlanta, Ga
19. Los Angeles, Calif.
20. Philadelphia, Pa
America’s Top 20 Healthiest Cities.
Cities are where the action is when it comes to using technology to thicken the mesh of civic goods — more and more cities are using data to animate and inform interactions between government and citizens to improve wellbeing.
Governing the Smart, Connected City.
Here are the 34 cities in the U.S. with a population greater than 500,000, listed in descending order by the percentage of households with incomes exceeding $150,000.
These Are the Wealthiest Cities in America
From technology and infrastructure, to job creation and sustainability, these 10 cities are leading the pack when it comes to creatively solving urban issues.
Minneapolis – St. Paul
The most innovative cities in America.
The top 20 US cities accounted for 41% of all private company tech acquisitions since 2012.
While venture capital returns follow a power law, tech acquisitions, while concentrated, are a bit more scattered geographically. According to CB Insights data, San Francisco has accounted for 9% of all US private company tech acquisitions since 2012, while the top 20 cities account for a 41% share.
Top 100 US Cities for Tech Acquisitions.
New York, London and Hong Kong may be the leading finance hubs of today, but where are the emerging financial centers of tomorrow? There are some surprising cities among those tipped for success …
Nine finance hubs of the future – CNN.com.
What is the greatest city in the world?
- New York
- San Francisco
- Hong Kong
- Los Angeles
- Abu Dhabi
- Mexico City
- Sao Paolo
The World’s 26 Best Cities for Business, Life, and Innovation.
To compile our list of Americas Coolest Cities, we partnered with Sperlings BestPlaces. We started with the 60 largest Metropolitan Statistical Areas and Metropolitan Divisions cities and their surrounding suburbs, ranking them on six factors weighted equally. We considered entertainment and recreational amenities as well as each citys “foodie” culture. Using Sperlings Diversity Index, which measures the likelihood of meeting someone of a different race or ethnicity, favoring cities with greater diversity. And we factored in age, drawing on U.S. Census Bureau data and favoring places with a large population of people aged 20-34. Finally, with data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and Moody’s Analytics, we ranked the cities based on population growth since 2000, as well as on how much of their recent growth was due to net migration, since cities with greater influxes of new people tend to be more desirable.
via Introduction – In Photos: Americas Coolest Cities 2014 – Forbes.
via Americas Coolest Cities 2014.