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Here’s how to keep millennials working (in your office)

According to a study run by LinkedIn, here’s what today’s workforce of millennials prioritize in an office: Self-care About 40 percent feel satisfied when they’ve been able to schedule some “me-time” into their days, ideally as part of their work day. Learning The vast majority surveyed want to learn new...

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What happens when a day care moves in

When moving into a new place, most consider who their new neighbors will be — loud? Messy? — but they don’t consider this common type of unexpected neighbor: children. Nurseries and day cares are the most common facility to set up shop within residential zones, according to the New York...

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What does 2018 hold for Singapore REITs?

Though last year saw prices soar, 2018 may not be the best time to invest, according to Credit Suisse Group AG. Citing data on securities yields and government bonds’ rates, Credit Suisse’s Kum Soek Ching predicts REITs will return less than the average 3.7 percentage points for a 10-year bond,...

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Restaurants are hungry for a piece of Detroit

Several restaurants are taking a bite out of Detroit’s retail offerings with the latest being New York’s City Bakery. The 27-year-old bakery will be opening up its only other U.S. location outside of the Big Apple in a historic building in Detroit, reports the Wall Street Journal, and it’s only...

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Why UK construction giant Carillion declared bankruptcy

A crisis in the U.K.’s construction industry came to a head this week: construction giant Carillion declared bankruptcy this week in a move that reports say has shaken the U.K’s public confidence in private corporations and throws contracts all over the world into question. The second-largest contractor in the U.K....

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Guess where the priciest place to live is

When U.S. property is ranked according to price by zip code, California dominates the top 100 most expensive areas to live. The state is home to 77 of the priciest places to live according to the Los Angeles Times, with New York coming in second with a measly 19 out...

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Former punk band bassist charged in $27M real estate scam

A former bassist for Indiana-based punk band The Ataris, Mike Davenport, has been charged with fraud for his involvement in a seven-year real estate scam that swindled $27 million from about 100,000 people. The scam was based on setting up fake showings, which would be advertised on Craigslist, and charging...

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Former punk band bassist charged over $27M real estate scam

A former bassist for Indiana-based punk band The Ataris, Mike Davenport, has been charged with fraud for his involvement in a seven-year real estate scam that swindled $27 million from about 100,000 people. The scam was based on setting up fake showings, which would be advertised on Craigslist, and charging...

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Deutsche Bank identified “suspicious transactions” related to Kushner Cos. accounts: report

A prominent German business magazine is reporting that Deutsche Bank identified “suspicious transactions” related to Kushner Companies and reported them to banking regulators in Germany. According to the translation of the Manager Magazin report in Mother Jones, Deutsche Bank is willing to hand over that information to Special Counsel Robert...

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