Month: December 2019

Skyline of Miami, Florida, USA around Sunset. Getty Here’s the 2020’s update on the luxury residential market. Look to Millennials to give the luxury segment a boost over the next decade as their wealth increases along with the desire to own luxury real estate. According to coldwellbankerluxury.com’s, A Look At Wealth 2019: Millennial Millionaires, “By 2030,
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Logo and mascot ‘Ali cattle’ at the headquarters of Alibaba Group in Hangzhou. Zhang Peng | LightRocket | Getty Images Technology and bank stocks in Asia dominated the top picks for analysts in 2019, as shares in the region made strong gains this year. Mainland Chinese stocks also rallied this year, with the Shanghai composite
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broken chinese fortune cookie with 2020 and red hearts on the paper slip on a dark background with… [+] copy space, new year concept, high angle view from above Getty As my regular readers know, I am a huge proponent of diversification, as I consider it one of the best ways to sleep well at
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An organization that combats corporate fraud will issue guidance for firms using blockchain technology. The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO), commonly referred to as the Treadway Commission, will issue guidance to strengthen controls over uses of blockchain in supply chain management and financial services. The Wall Street Journal reported first on
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This 20,000-square-foot stand-alone lifestyle center on the Warren Hills office campus in Warren, … [+] N.J. allows colleagues to meet and recharge away from the conventional office environment. Peter Dant Photography, Courtesy of Vision Real Estate Partners While many young professionals continue to seek dense live-work-play urban areas, growing throngs of their contemporaries are descending
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This post is part of CoinDesk’s 2019 Year in Review, a collection of 100 op-eds, interviews and takes on the state of blockchain and the world. Alex McDougall in the co-founder Bicameral Ventures, a venture capital firm focused on blockchain, interoperability, data and identity self-sovereignty, personalized AI, and Web 3.0. Striking it rich. The phrase
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The U.S. housing shortage may be frustrating consumers, but the housing market is in a “very healthy state” compared with a decade ago, Marcus & Millichap CEO Hessam Nadji said Friday. “The lack of speculation now being applied versus other expansions by the developers … not only is that not happening because of lenders being
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St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson’s decision to scrap a possible privatization of the city’s airport came amid growing political opposition and deep-rooted questions over whether private interests stood to gain more than the public. The potential privatization of the city-owned St. Louis Lambert International Airport under a federal program began when then Mayor Francis Slay
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A security researcher was able to use a bug in the Twitter Android app to identify millions of Twitter users, connecting their phone numbers to their Twitter IDs. The exploit could expose failures in the company’s two-factor authentication system and give other security developers pause. According to a TechCrunch report, the researcher, Ibrahim Balic, created
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