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Windy City’s Wealthiest Man Still Making It Rain

Ken Griffin is still able to put food on the table (his and everyone other person in the state of Illinois).

Silicon Valley condos and townhomes selling in record time

With each passing day, it seems as though homes are selling faster and faster in Silicon Valley. In fact, closing time has nearly been cut in half from January to April in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties, marking a record-breaking month for Silicon Valley real estate...

The Curve

Jeremy Blachman (J.D. 2005, Harvard; author, Anonymous Lawyer) & Cameron Stracher (J.D. 1987, Harvard; Levine Sullivan Koch & Schulz, New York), The Curve (2016): The students at Manhattan Law School, a decrepit institution on the edge of the toxic Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn, are geographically-challenged and mad as hell –...

3 Must-Do Steps to Move Beyond Cost Savings

Categories: Procurement Strategy & Planning, SAP, Services and Indirect, Sponsored Article, Technology Tags: viewpoint Spend Matters welcomes this sponsored article from Chuck Baren, Vice President of Professional Services, Americas,...Show More Summary

Despite High Profile Failures, Chinese Firms Continue To Acquire And Invest In The US

Entry into the US market by Chinese investors requires a nuanced understanding of the political and social factors that can put deals at risk.

The World's Largest Oil And Gas Companies 2016: Exxon Is Still King

The past year hasn't been kind to the energy industry but these titans still top our Global 2000 list.

Breakingviews: Rethinking Apple’s Recipe for Success

An aging iPhone, a tepid stock price and a pile of idle cash, however, could make even a mediocre idea look awfully tempting.

Mortgage Rates: Rising Along With Fed Optimism

Lawrence Yun, chief economist of the National Association of Realtors Mortgage rates rose for the second week, ticking up to 3.64 percent as Fed VIPs hinted they might raise short-term borrowing costs sooner rather than later. A year ago, 30-year, fixed-rate mortgages averaged 3.87 percent, according to Freddie Mac. Rates on long-term [...]

Stocks Slightly Higher into Final Hour on Central Bank Hopes, Short-Covering, Technical Buying, Tech/Utility Sector Strength

Broad Equity Market Tone: Advance/Decline Line: Slightly Lower Sector Performance: Mixed Volume: Below Average Market Leading Stocks: Performing In Line Equity Investor Angst: Volatility(VIX) 1 3.70 -1.4 % Euro/Yen Carry Return Index 1 2 8. Show More Summary

Pac Heights Victorian, AKA the 'Full House' Home, Asks $4.1 Million

1883 charmer keeps the theme classical without feeling outdated—oh, and it also was featured on that ABC show of note Photo via Vanguard Properties UPDATE: Your editor deeply apologizes for this slip, but this is also the Full House home, as a Curbed SF commenter points out. Show More Summary

Dodgers Throw 19-Year-Old Julio Urias Into The Breach

Cespedes is the guy Urias will be expected to hit it in the ribs with a fastball after New York's Jason DeGrom beans Utley to start the game.

Watch An Animated 1963 Interview With "Twilight Zone" Creator Rod Serling

PBS Digital Studios animated a 53-year-old interview Rod Serling, in which he talks about childhood creativity. "Some liars go to prison, others write television shows," said Rod Serling. Luckily for TV history, Serling falls into the latter camp—he created the kooky science fiction series The Twilight Zone in 1959. Read Full Story

Capital One Future EdgeVoice: How Dallas Is Fueling Success For Women Entrepreneurs

The region’s “anything is possible” attitude fuels a collaborative, innovative and engaged environment that has made North Texas a leader in entrepreneurship.

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