Despite the subprime woes and warnings of a possible recession, many of this week’s poll respondents reported a very good year. More than 40% claim 2007 was an excellent year for business, with 39% reporting that it was so-so. Only 18% suffered. Gil Medina, executive managing director of Cushman & Wakefield, New Jersey, states not only that his company had a fantastic year, but that 2008 could be just as good, if not better. Here are his thoughts:

“For us, it has been a very strong year. In fact, it’s been the best year we’ve had in the history of the company’s operations in New Jersey.

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