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Architect I.M. Pei stands inside of the construction site for the Louvre’s inverted pyramid. He designed the glass and metal pyramids to serve as an entrance to the Louvre museum. Paris, France. Owen Franken – Corbis | Corbis Historical | Getty Images I.M. Pei, whose modern designs and high-profile projects made him one of the
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Seattle had big inventory gains according to Trulia. Getty Here’s the latest market update on housing inventory news from Trulia.com.  A recent research report looked at inventory gains around the country. There’s a bit of positive news out there for buyers who have become increasingly frustrated
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Amnesty International has widely protested the Chinese treatment of predominantly Muslim ethnic groups in Xinjiang. Here, a protester is confronted by supporters of Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang on Oct.16, 2018 in The Hague, Netherlands. Pierre Crom | Getty Images A state-owned Chinese shipping company refused to lease an office space in New York City
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The historic Erickson ranch in Aspen, Colorado Christie’s International Real Estate Of all the neighborhoods in Aspen, Colorado, Red Mountain is one of the most prestigious. One particular estate in this sought-after enclave on Aspen’s north side is the largest, most private lot currently listed, earning its owners serious bragging rights. The historic Erickson ranch,
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LOS ANGELES — California Gov. Gavin Newsom, in his revised state budget released Thursday, proposed a record-$213.5 billion spending plan for the next fiscal year — a 2% increase over his January budget. The budget includes money to fund health care for undocumented immigrants, as well as $1.75 billion to help boost housing production statewide
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(Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images) Getty Telefonica-owned U.K. mobile operator O2 has partnered with U.K.-based Wireless Infrastructure Group to bring 5G to U.K. hotels, shopping malls, sports stadiums, and conference centers. The multi-million-pound investment is designed to deliver enhanced connectivity to these busy public spaces. “This significant investment in our network will give O2 customers an even
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Millennials have hugely unrealistic expectations about when and how much they will inherit, according to new research. According to the investment management firm Charles Stanley, millennials expected to be left an average £129,380 ($168,450) – but official statistics showed that the average inheritance in the U.K. is currently £48,000, while the median inheritance is £11,000.
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LOS ANGELES — California’s Central Valley continues to grow in population even though it suffers some of the highest unemployment in the state. The state’s new Democratic governor is pushing economic development in the agriculturally dominated region, but a newly issued report from a think tank isn’t very encouraging. “Most economic indicators have not moved
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Founder Rich Barton returned as Zillow CEO in February to lead its transition from selling ads to real estate agents to flipping homes. © 2014 Bloomberg Finance LP In its first quarter earnings report out Thursday, Zillow Group showed stronger than anticipated growth in the home-buying business it launched last year. The program, known as
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ALINA Residences is a new multifamily residential development coming to downtown Boca Raton. Garcia Stromberg Sandwiched between Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, Fla. is among the fastest-growing cities in South Florida. The city’s job growth, entrepreneurial expansion and surging economic diversity is reflected in residential and commercial expansion, business development and more and
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President Donald Trump Joshua Roberts | Reuters President Donald Trump on Wednesday fired back at The New York Times over the newspaper’s investigative report that said his tax figures from 1985 through 1994 showed staggering business losses of more than $1 billion. “You always wanted to show losses for tax purposes….almost all real estate developers
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Skyscraper and high-rise buildings near The Bund at night. Getty In a previous article, I theorised that one of the key PropTech themes for this year is that of “smart” technologies. Industry players seek solutions that help deliver the now widely accepted principle of real estate-as-a-service. There are many ways this goal can be achieved, from
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