Month: April 2021

Oli Farago, Co-Founder and CEO of Coyote Software. The talent war brewing in the commercial real estate industry remains competitive, with employers parsing through a limited pool of top professionals who possess highly sought-after skills and experiences. Surprisingly, the pandemic has not eased this tug-of-war. In fact, remote working mandates have hastened the hunt for dynamic
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As millennials begin to turn 40 in 2021, CNBC Make It is launching Middle-Aged Millennials, a series exploring how the oldest members of this generation have grown into adulthood amid the backdrop of the Great Recession and the Covid-19 pandemic, student loans, stagnant wages and rising costs of living. When it came to buying a home,
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Pope Francis is using his pulpit to call attention to climate migration. “When we look, what do we see? Many are being devoured in conditions that make it impossible to survive. Forced to abandon fields and shorelines, homes and villages, people flee in haste carrying just a few souvenirs and treasures, scraps of their culture
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In this article NPAUU IRDM AST’s corporate headquarters and high-volume manufacturing facility in Midland, Texas AST & Science Satellite-to-smartphone broadband company AST & Science expects to close its SPAC merger next week, the company said on Thursday. Its stock will trade on the Nasdaq. Last year, the company announced plans to merge with special purpose
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Elik Jaeger President & CEO at SuiteSpot Technology, frictionless facilities management PropTech for multifamily operators.  Many multifamily operators are still making important decisions about property operations, maintenance, budgeting and more with little to no real-time data because they simply don’t have it available. Instead, they try to make sense of an unorganized “data dump” for decision-making
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Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr. Jeenah Moon | Getty Images Prosecutors in Manhattan have subpoenaed Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg’s personal bank records, The New York Times reported Wednesday. The prosecutors, who are conducting a sweeping probe surrounding Donald Trump and his company, are also questioning gifts that Weisselberg and his family received
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