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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Jefferson Park Apartments in Cambridge, Massachusetts was a winner in the multifamily housing category. Bruce T. Martin The American Institute of Architects recently bestowed a series of awards to the winners of 12 exceptional residential designs. AIA’s Housing Awards program, now in its 19th year, was established
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With the 2020 presidential election underway, a few of the candidates have started addressing the mounting cost of higher education by presenting distinctive policy proposals on student loan debt. For example, Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren recently unveiled a proposal that would cancel up to $50,000 in student loan debt balances for households with annual incomes
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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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. Photographer: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg © 2017 Bloomberg Finance LP Dunkin’is a tiny company compared to McDonald’s, both in store count and revenues. But it shares with the franchise giant an important competitive advantage: location. Exploiting this advantage could help it replicate McDonald’s success in in adopting and adapting to emerging consumer trends. An early
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Basketball superstar Steph Curry is hard at work, honing his game in his garage. But instead of tossing jump shots or finessing his footwork, Curry has been busy perfecting his short iron shots on his Full Swing Golf simulator. As the NBA season winds down, Curry will soon be hitting the links in mid-season form.
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin The fervent quest for President Trump’s tax returns continues, and is actually heating up. So with all the tax return fever, shouldn’t he just hand them over? Like MAGA hats and the Wall, President Trump’s tax returns are polarizing, perhaps even a flash point. Scuffles over
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Photographer: Al Drago/Bloomberg © 2019 Bloomberg Finance LP After Massachusetts and New York, California is beginning to experience the negative side of minimum wage hikes, too; job losses. That’s according to a recent University of California Riverside study, which shows that California’s minimum wage hikes have slowed job growth in the state’s booming restaurant industry.
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Photographer: Waldo Swiegers/Bloomberg © 2018 Bloomberg Finance LP China wants everything from Africa: its strategic location, its oil, its rare earth metals, and its fish, leaving African nations indebted to Beijing. In its long history, Africa has served the global ambitions of many foreigners. Foreigners have reached out to Africa as missionaries, financiers, and infrastructure
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Disney, Lucasfilm Dark side, beware. One of the hottest “Star Wars” collectibles is a strong-willed, dual lightsaber-wielding Jedi named Ahsoka Tano. The character, voiced by Ashley Eckstein, has become a fan favorite since her debut in 2008 and is a highly sought after collectible. From toys and statuettes to clothing and accessories, Ahsoka is in
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Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, attends the 2019 annual shareholders meeting in Omaha, Nebraska, May 3, 2019. Johannes Eisele | AFP | Getty Images Warren Buffett said Kraft Heinz is in a dispute with its auditor, so Berkshire Hathaway doesn’t have the food company’s financials. “The auditor, which is Pricewaterhouse[Coopers] in this case, hasn’t
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Late night tweets and Congressional investigations notwithstanding, there was a lot of positive energy coming out of the White House after President Trump met with Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to try and get the long-stalled effort to rebuild the nation’s infrastructure moving. Anyone who spends time traveling around the US can attest
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