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.
I have been sitting on the sidelines on the Obama Care program, but with the most recent fiasco surrounding the program’s website, I am compelled to comment.
Paul Reichmann, chief strategist and architect of Olympia & York, died last Friday, and we lost one of the great developers of all time.
With our recovering real estate markets comes continuing uncertainty promoted by bureaucrats from the far left and far right.
UK and Euro business leaders are pretty much as disgusted over the goings-on in DC as we in the States are.
With the political sideshow playing out in DC, perhaps businesses should focus on making it right at the grass roots level, and make it “Made in America.”
As the cost of a college education continues to skyrocket at three times the rate of inflation over the past decade, there is an accelerating trend toward online education solutions.
An addition has been made to the Jumpstart Our Business Start-Ups Act that passed last year, putting Crowdfunding center stage in real estate.
Real estate businesses should focus on intern opportunities. We need the next generation of talent, so help make it happen.
It has become a tradition that I recognize Labor Day as the official start of the New Business Year.