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businessobserverfl.com - Supply chain issues may be the new normal for commercial real estate | Observer Media Group
Supply chain issues may be the new normal for commercial real estate | Observer Media Group
Business Observer

Rather than riding out the supply chain delays, William Wilson expects the industry to adapt by going by worst-case scenario timelines. With continued rising interest rates and prolonged supply-chain issues, the commercial real estate industry has…

forbes.com - Jonathan Keane - Proptech Start-Up Aedifion Raises €12 Million To Make Real Estate More Sustainable
Proptech Start-Up Aedifion Raises €12 Million To Make Real Estate More Sustainable
Forbes

Aedifion, a German property tech start-up, has raised €12 million in a Series A round to help commercial buildings reduce their energy use and emissions. The Cologne start-up has developed a cloud management platform, powered by artificial…

reuters.com - John O'Donnell - Rising interest rates have a sting in the tail for Europe's banks
Rising interest rates have a sting in the tail for Europe's banks
Reuters

LONDON/FRANKFURT, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Rising borrowing costs are giving a long-awaited lift to Europe's beleaguered banks, but they come with a sting in the tail. Last year central banks ended a decade of rock-bottom interest rates as the U.S.

nytimes.com - Peter Coy - Opinion | Making Farms Organic Is Paying Off
Opinion | Making Farms Organic Is Paying Off
The New York Times

I talked by phone on Thursday with Garrett Mussi as he was driving around 1,000 acres in California's San Joaquin Valley where he grows organic corn, squash, tomatoes, cucumbers, garlic and almonds using environmentally friendly methods. He spoke…

biztimes.com - Cara Spoto - Potawatomi Business Development Corp. to establish downtown Milwaukee office
Potawatomi Business Development Corp. to establish downtown Milwaukee office
BizTimes - Milwaukee Business News

The Potawatomi Business Development Corporation is expanding its real estate presence both literally and figuratively. The business development arm of the Forest County Potawatomi Community of Wisconsin, announced Friday that it has signed a new…

forbes.com - Laura Smythe - Forbes Daily: Fallen Unicorns
Forbes Daily: Fallen Unicorns
Forbes

I'd like to usher you into the weekend with a spot of hopeful news: the possibility of a recession in 2023 is still likely (I'm not one for sugarcoating), but economists say it's not nearly the sure bet it seemed just months ago. As my colleague…

forbes.com - Will Yakowicz - Billionaire Stefan Soloviev On Why He's Betting $3 Billion On A Casino In Manhattan
Billionaire Stefan Soloviev On Why He's Betting $3 Billion On A Casino In Manhattan
Forbes

One of America's largest landowners is locked out of the six-and-a-half-acre vacant lot he owns just south of the United Nations in New York City. The stygian, 42-story condo tower his father built casts a long shadow from across the street. After…

businessinsider.com - Kathleen Elkins - How to make money through real estate according to successful investor
How to make money through real estate according to successful investor
Business Insider

James Berkley has achieved financial independence via real estate investing. The key to making money as a real estate investor is to avoid what he calls 'lazy money.' That means using your capital in the most efficient way possible. James Berkley…

okmagazine.com - OK! Staff - Equity With Purpose: Transforming The Lives of Families One Real Estate Deal At A Time
Equity With Purpose: Transforming The Lives of Families One Real Estate Deal At A Time
OK Magazine

From one uninhabitable home in a run-down North Tulsa neighborhood to a commercial real estate portfolio currently worth over $150,000,000, Victor Whitmore, a Co-Founder of Precision Equity, has come a long way. He grew up in a small farm town in…

irishtimes.com - Intel's 'historic collapse' erases $8bn from market value
Intel's 'historic collapse' erases $8bn from market value
The Irish Times

Intel saw about $8 billion (€7.4 billion) wiped off its market value on Friday after the US chipmaker stumped Wall Street with dismal earnings projections, fanning fears around a slump in the personal-computer market. The company predicted a…

bisnow.com - DC, Maryland And Virginia's Economic Forecast
DC, Maryland And Virginia's Economic Forecast
Bisnow

Event Ended On: Tuesday January 24 2023 Registration Questions? **Please note we have pricing tiers based on ticket availability. Ticket prices will increase once we sell out of the current pricing tier. We cannot redeem a lower price once the…

gizmodo.com - Jody Serrano - PagerDuty CEO Quotes Martin Luther King Jr. in Layoff Email
PagerDuty CEO Quotes Martin Luther King Jr. in Layoff Email
Gizmodo

Considering the steady stream of layoffs coursing through the tech industry, it's understandable that some CEOs want to take extra care when informing employees that their company will also be cutting jobs. However, calling layoffs…

startribune.com - Nicole Norfleet - Shutterfly plans to lays off nearly 100 workers in Shakopee in downsizing
Shutterfly plans to lays off nearly 100 workers in Shakopee in downsizing
Star Tribune

Digital photo company Shutterfly plans to lay off 97 workers at its Shakopee warehouse, a part of a companywide effort to reduce costs. In a letter to the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) this week, Shutterfly…

ajc.com - Zachary Hansen - Green manufacturing company opening HQ in Georgia with 170 jobs
Green manufacturing company opening HQ in Georgia with 170 jobs
ajc

A startup that designs and manufactures sustainable building materials is opening its $59 million headquarters south of Atlanta. Green Georgia LLC will create more than 170 jobs in Thomaston, located about 65 miles south of downtown Atlanta. The…

citizen-times.com - Joel Burgess - Developer halts 'massive' downtown Asheville apartment construction project after 4 years
Developer halts 'massive' downtown Asheville apartment construction project after 4 years
The Asheville Citizen Times

ASHEVILLE - A large-scale apartment project approved four years ago for downtown's South Slope has been halted due to problems with the site and 'fatigue,' city officials said. The $90 million project was approved in December 2019 on more than 4…

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