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A pair of U.S. appeals courts will consider this week whether to let two emoluments casus against the President go forward.

(Bloomberg)—Even as he faces impeachment over

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Amazon, Facebook and Google are all expanding in New York City.

(Bloomberg)—New York is becoming more of a global technology hub, as industry giants tap into the workforce of

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Amazon leases new office space in Hudson Yards, reports the Wall Street Journal. Smart home technology finding its place in seniors housing, according to Forbes. These are today's must reads from around the

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E-commerce will likely continue to drive strong returns for industrial REITs next year, while challenging mall REITs.

Against the backdrop of this year’s Cyber Monday generating record-shattering online sales estimated

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Tech moguls are transforming the Southern California metropolis and its luxury real estate market.

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Lord & Taylor’s new owner admits the task is daunting—a loss of $119 million in fiscal 2018 shows the brand has lost a great

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Ortelius Advisors alleges chairman Richard Baker and suppressed the value of the retailer's shares.

(Bloomberg) -- A minority shareholder of Hudson’s Bay Co. has filed a lawsuit against the retailer and its chairman Richard

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Facebook is in negotiations for a 700,000-sq.-ft. Midtown Manhattan lease, reports the Wall Street Journal. San Francisco approves a plan to convert two Nordstrom floors

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Developers are remaining careful on land acquisitions this time around.

Land sales can be a fickle business. Prime development