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  • 17.09.2022
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As the U.S. IPO market languishes, listings head east to booming China.

The epicenter of the global initial public offering has moved east to China

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  • 15.09.2022
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What are you doing with your RV in the offseason?

Gary Wojtaszek's new business, RecNation, provides storage services for recreational vehicles, boats and other leisure equipment

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  • 15.09.2022
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Adobe will buy online design startup Figma for $ 20 billion

Adobe Inc. is approaching a deal to acquire Figma, a startup that makes collaboration tools in the field of online design, people familiar with the matter said.

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  • 11.09.2022
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The Sunbelt Land Boom Brings Big Profits and Big Risks

The fast-growing cities of the Solar Belt are experiencing a land rush, forcing investors, tycoons and professional athletes to rush to buy empty plots, while raising the cost of land to ne...

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  • 10.09.2022
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To combat the gas crisis, Germany offers a new plan for cheap transit

The proposed replacement for the popular summer train ticket deal would cost more than €9, but could offer a longer incentive to choose transit over driving.

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  • 09.09.2022
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Asia's office life revives in Hong Kong and Singapore

Employees return to the office in commercial centers, per shift from remote work

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  • 08.09.2022
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Porsche family seeks iPO buyout after tearful defeat

More than a decade after Porsche's billionaire clan said goodbye to their crown jewel, the family is set to regain a more direct influence over the sports car maker.

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  • 06.09.2022
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Pound sterling rises as traders ponder the agenda of new British Prime Minister Truss

European stocks rose as investors weighed in on leaders' reactions to the region's growing energy crisis ahead of the European Central Bank's policy meeting later this week. U.S. stock futu...

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  • 05.09.2022
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Clubs and bars are popping up all over Manhattan, providing an alternative social hub and jobs.

Amenities range from bars and workspaces to restaurants and spas, and many places have long waiting lists.

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  • 31.08.2022
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America's Office Surplus Began Decades Before the Pandemic

Office vacancy rates are highest in older buildings such as 100 East Wisconsin Avenue in Milwaukee.

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  • 30.08.2022
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New York Restaurant Chain Cashes in on Office Crowd

Nye's Middle Eastern food is boosting more business than before the pandemic, with steady sales on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

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  • 29.08.2022
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Central Banks in Jackson Hole Take Tougher Mission Ahead

Top officials at the world's largest central banks have coalesced around a simple message to Jackson Hole this weekend: They're willing to finish higher interest rates, even if it does caus...

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  • 28.08.2022
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A "significant" increase in interest rates is necessary in September

The European Central Bank must act decisively to contain record inflation and maintain expectations of future price increases, as a weak euro exacerbates the rise in energy prices, said Boa...

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  • 27.08.2022
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Trafigura sells Russian fuel to Ecuador as EU ban approaches

Deal shows how Russian fuel is circulating despite calls for a boycott

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  • 26.08.2022
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Member-only clubs are popping up all over Manhattan, providing an alternative social center and workspace as New Yorkers spend less time in the office.

Amenities range from bars and workspaces to restaurants and spas, and many places have long waiting lists.

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  • 24.08.2022
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The fall of the euro below the parity of the dollar brings little joy to business

Eurozone businesses have been waiting for years, wanting a weaker euro. Now it has happened, but at the most inopportune time.

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  • 21.08.2022
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The shopping boom in Brooklyn's trendy Williamsburg neighborhood is the latest sign that remote work is helping to revitalize retail real estate in New York City's residential neighborhoods.

Retail rents are rising and vacancy rates are falling in this trendy Brooklyn neighborhood as more residents shop locally.

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  • 21.08.2022
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McLaren's new $3.6 million hypercar is based on a video game

With seats for one, the Solus GT is like a wave on wheels.

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  • 19.08.2022
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Bitcoin continues to retreat as the 200-week average focuses again

The largest cryptocurrency fell as much as 3% to $22,716.59, its lowest level since Aug. 10 and close to its 200-week moving average of about $23,000.

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  • 18.08.2022
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Premier League revenue closes £6 billion

English Premier League revenues are expected to exceed £6bn this season for the first time, quickly ahead of their European rivals.

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