Until very recently, the national commercial real estate conversation was focused primarily on “the big six” cities: Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. These so-called 24-hour cities offered the best investment opportunities and therefore attracted the most attention. Today, though, the conversation has changed. Investors are looking beyond the big
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A forensic review of the endangered mine workers pension should be undertaken immediately. Workers and retirees deserve answers and once the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation takes over the plan, it will be too late.   The bankruptcy of Murray Energy, America’s largest private coal mining company has coal workers “nervous and scared” for their pensions,
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Getty This past summer, Next Avenue published “Retiring on a Shoestring,” about a newly retired couple trying to live well on a limited budget. It hit a nerve with readers. But even though it’s not easy to live large on savings, some retirees are enjoying the extras of retirement. They’re getting deals on travel, dining
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin The senator pledged not to raise taxes on the middle class. Sean Rayford/Getty Images This is a developing story. Topline: Responding to pressure from critics and Democratic rivals, Senator Elizabeth Warren outlined her plan to fund “Medicare For All” without raising taxes on the middle class,
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Facebook stock rose in after-hours trading after the company posted third-quarter earnings that exceeded analysts expectations. Here’s are the key numbers for the quarter ended Sept. 30: Earnings: $2.12 vs. $1.91 per share forecast by Refinitiv. Revenue: $17.65 billion vs. $17.37 billion forecast by Refinitiv. Daily active users: 1.62 billion vs. 1.61 billion forecast by
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