A Bank Crisis Whodunit, With Laughs and Tears

Posted 01.31.2011 | Categories: Uncategorized | No Comments

TRULY startling revelations were few in the voluminous report, published last Thursday by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission on the origins of the financial panic.

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Healthcare: Court Strikes at Health Law

Posted 12.14.2010 | Categories: Uncategorized | No Comments

A federal court ruled Monday that a key part of the health-care overhaul violates the Constitution, dealing the first legal setback to the Obama administration’s signature legislative accomplishment.

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Trump SoHo Debt on Block

Posted 12.13.2010 | Categories: Uncategorized | No Comments

A Los Angeles investment firm is in advanced talks to buy the debt for the Trump SoHo, the soaring 46-story condo-hotel, setting the stage for a possible battle for control of the high-profile project.

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Midwest Emerges as Center for Clean Energy

Posted 12.09.2010 | Categories: Uncategorized | No Comments

With surprising speed, and with the help of ample public incentives, a solar energy manufacturing center has emerged in the upper Midwest that is helping to supply the world’s growing demand for clean power.

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Which Property Markets are at Risk from Federal Cutbacks?

Posted 12.07.2010 | Categories: Uncategorized | No Comments

The President’s debt commission has been struggling with the difficult problem of working up a plan to prevent a U.S. debt crisis along the lines of what occurred this year in Greece and Ireland.

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So That’s Where the Money Went

Posted 12.06.2010 | Categories: Uncategorized | No Comments

HOW the truth shines through when you shed a little light on a subject.

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Peekskill Lofts Less of Sparkplug Than Hoped

Posted 11.24.2010 | Categories: Uncategorized | No Comments

During better times, this city in the Hudson Valley hoped the construction of combination living-and-work loft space for middle-income artists would give a boost to its commercial center and help bring back the shoppers lost to nearby suburban malls.

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Google angles for 111 Eighth Avenue buy

Posted 10.27.2010 | Categories: Senior Housing/Assisted Living, Uncategorized | No Comments

Google appears close to buying the trophy 111 Eighth Ave. building, one of the largest buildings in Manhattan, The Post has learned.

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Healthcare: Talking Non-Traded REITs With Nick Schorsch of American Realty Capital

Posted 10.05.2010 | Categories: Medical Office/Healthcare, Self Storage, Uncategorized | No Comments

Real estate investment trusts (REITs) of all types — publicly traded, publicly registered but not traded, and so-called private REITS — have been fairly aggressive in raising and deploying capital in the current market.

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Market’s Black Swan Ending for September

Posted 09.30.2010 | Categories: Uncategorized | No Comments

Stocks inched up after the open Thursday, as the third estimate for Q2 GDP came in at 1.7 percent, slightly higher than consensus of 1.6 percent. Initial jobless claims for the week were also slightly better than expected.

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