Happy days are expected to continue on this year as the titans of PE Land continue to harvest handsome gains on more old dogs.
As the stocks and earnings keep rising, we may see an active M&A market as CBRE and JLL focus on driving growth
The United Auto Workers vote had far greater implications then just for the plant. It was a sign of the further erosion of the US labor movement.
The positive news on the “Quit Rate” front is another signal that the recovery is alive and well.
Banking is alive and well and will desperately need young and emerging talent.
The technological changes that lay before us are fantastic, exciting, and they will be transformative.
Online commerce is only in the second inning of a sea change that will materially, and forever, change retailing.
Cyber risk seems pretty far away from managing risk for the hard asset real estate industry. Well, think again.
The era of the “choppy” recovery appears to be behind us, and the most compelling barometer of a real recovery is that development is not only back in vogue, but it is back in full swing.
I am sad to see Mayor Bloomberg leave office, but I am excited that I will visit many cities that will begin to shine thanks to the Bloomberg team that was assembled in NYC.
The final chapter of a remarkable turnaround occurred yesterday when GGP became an S&P 500 company.
Once-vacant condos are getting bought again, and construction is on the rise to accommodate foreign buyers' appetites.
I am not sure how many customers think about the benefit of picking paper, but environmentalists sure do.
There is now a rating bestowed on employers, certifying for-profit companies with a “B Corp” logo, and it carries weight.
So much for the Blue Laws and what’s left of our day of rest.