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John Tishman, builder of World Trade Center, dies at age 90

33 minutes agoNews : NY Daily News

John Tishman, a visionary developer whose company helped build the World Trade Center and Madison Square Garden, died Saturday.

World trade, 1800-2015

57 minutes agoBusiness & Finance / Economics : Vox

Parallels are often drawn between the Great Recession of the past decade and the economic turmoil of the interwar period. In terms of global trade, these comparisons are based on obsolete and incomplete data. This column re-estimates world trade since the beginning of the 19th century using a new database that includes fewer developed countries. Show More Summary

3 Ways That The Blockchain Will Change The Real Estate Market

Experts have suggested a number of niche industries that will be made more secure by the untamperable data record provided by blockchain technology — including international art dealing, pharmaceuticals and international trade of high-value goods — but to date, very little attention has been given to the potential effects on the real estate market. Read More

Report: Nets will begin general manager interviews soon

The Nets (13-38) are having a tough season. But beyond 2015-16, with a lot of losses and no first round draft picks for years due to trades, their future is cloudy. A new front office leader is needed. Here’s ESPN.com with the latest: The Brooklyn Nets will begin formally interviewing candidates for their general manager vacancy on Monday, [...]

John Tishman dies at 90; developer whose firm shaped L.A. skyline

John Tishman, whose Tishman Realty and Construction Co. helped create modern L.A.'s skyline, from downtown to Century City, has died. He was 90. Tishman's company also helped build the World Trade Center in New York City and Walt Disney's EPCOT Center in Florida, among other high-profile developments....

John Tishman dies at 90; developer whose firm shaped L.A. skyline

3 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

John Tishman, whose Tishman Realty and Construction Co. helped create modern L.A.'s skyline, from downtown to Century City, has died. He was 90. Tishman's company also helped build the World Trade Center in New York City and Walt Disney's EPCOT Center in Florida, among other high-profile developments....

Old, New, and Everything in Between

Today I finally found a few minutes to scan, crop and inventory the latest PWE from one of my most frequent trading partners, Joe Shlabotnik of The Shlabotnik Report. I never know what cards await me in one of these, and once again Joe...Show More Summary

Kevin Durant For Blake Griffin Trade Rumors: Could Clippers, Thunder Trade Change Fortunes Of Durant, Griffin?

Kevin Durant traded? In the same deal as Blake Griffin? Suddenly a blockbuster trade idea between the LA Clippers and Oklahoma City Thunder is garnering a lot of attention in the NBA. A report from CBS Sports on Saturday (Feb. 6) discusses how the two franchises could come to terms on a deal including the... Show More Summary

Real estate developer John Tishman, man behind World Trade Center, John Hancock Center, dies at age 90

A builder whose company worked on the World Trade Center in New York City, the Century City complex in Los Angeles and Walt Disney's EPCOT center in Florida among other high-profile developments has died. John Tishman was 90. Tishman died Saturday morning at his home in Bedford, about 35 miles...

John L. Tishman, Builder Who Shaped American Skylines, Dies at 90

6 hours agoNews : NYTimes: News

Mr. Tishman’s company oversaw the construction of the John Hancock Center in Chicago and the twin towers of the World Trade Center in Manhattan.

What Should You Outsource on Your Blog

Time is money. Well, sort of, because that’s only partly true. If you still have a regular job working for the man, then you really are trading hours for dollars. You could be paid a salary or you could be paid an hourly wage, but you are effectively selling your time to your employer. That’s the “normal” way to make […]

Fine Feathers

13 hours agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

Fine Feathers is a 1968 short film by Canadian animator Evelyn Lambart. The entire production is made of paper, painted and cut into pieces. (video link) Two rival birds trade in their feathers for something they believe is prettier: cedar branches for the blue jay, and red oak leaves for the loon. Show More Summary

The Rays are very excited about their new stadium

Saturday's Say Hey, Baseball includes the Rays' stadium wish list, the five-year anniversary of the Michael Pineda trade and a bad day for the Reds. Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary

China says EU should take steel dumping claims to WTO

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Ministry of Commerce said that claims it was dumping steel in Europe should be put to the World Trade Organization (WTO), responding to reports that the European Commission (EC) was preparing to impose duties on imported Chinese steel. Show More Summary

MOL Enhances CSW Service between Asia and East Coast South America

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL, President & CEO: Junichiro Ikeda) today announced the enhancement of its Asia and East Coast South America trade by merging existing

Wall Street Pulls Back From Mortgage Market That Fed Made Boring (Regulation Didn’t Help Either)

he U.S. Federal Reserve is squeezing a good deal of the profit out of mortgage bond trading, and Wall Street banks are increasingly heading for the exits. The post Wall Street Pulls Back From Mortgage Market That Fed Made Boring (Regulation Didn’t Help Either) was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

Stock Week Ahead: Will Stronger Retail Sales Follow Mixed Jobs Data?

Stocks wrapped the trading week on wobbly footing as investors digested a decidedly mixed reading on the U.S. job market and a fleeting short-term recovery for oil prices tied to a weaker dollar. Economic uncertainty and the pacing of a Federal Reserve response to hot-and-cold economic news will likely continue to [...]

Iran Dumps Dollar in Foreign Oil Sales

Iran has switched to euro in its foreign oil trade, in a bid to cut reliance on the US dollar. After the removal of sanctions, Tehran would also want to recover in euros some of its previously frozen assets.

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