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Jonathan D. Miller

Jonathan Miller is a partner and co-owner of Miller Ryan LLC, a strategic marketing communications consulting firm to the financial services and real estate industries. Miller has more than 25 years of communications and marketing experience in the real estate industry, counseling many leading executives. For the past 15 years he has also authored Emerging Trends in Real Estate, the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) premier annual industry forecast and speaks extensively on suburban and urban issues. He is also author of ULI's Infrastructure 2008: A Global Perspectives, a major analysis on the looming changes facing the


U.S. on infrastructure and land use issues. He has led marketing/communications teams at Equitable Real Estate, Lend Lease, and GMAC Commercial Mortgage (Capmark Finance), overseeing re-branding programs for those firms as well as for COMPASS, Boston Financial and Amresco when they were acquired by Lend Lease. He has extensive crisis communications and corporate-change experience. Miller graduated with honors from Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism and earned a law degree cum laude from American University. Contact Jonathan Miller.

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It's on target to point pressure for deficit reduction. We need to look more broadly for places to reduce. The military and Soc. Security will be looked at hard in the upcoming years. I don't know how govt. entities rachet down public pensions after commitments have been made to their employees.
Posted by Vance M | Tuesday, July 06 2010 at 4:15PM ET
Bottom line is; the economy cannot get traction with the uncertainity created by this administration.Tax increases, Cap and trade, financial reform,immigration discord, Obama care, out of touch legislators, out of control spending, real unemployment at 17%! Not exactly a receipe for a recovery. This administration does not get it. There is a price to be paid for change we can choke on. Business creates jobs not a bunch of Chicago style politicians taking the precinct strong arm tactics to the national scene. Fasten your seat belts this president is on a roll. Pray he is made irrelevant in November!
Posted by g schecher | Tuesday, July 13 2010 at 5:48PM ET