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Transit partnership moves on $17 million contract for consultant - Austin Monitor
Wednesday, January 26, 2022 by Seth Smalley
Sheldon Silver, top New York lawmaker sentenced for corruption, dies aged 77
Sheldon Silver, one of the most powerful figures in New York state government for two decades before his conviction on corruption charges, has died in federal custody.
LoanDepot's Anthony Hsieh Buys North Palm Beach Home
LoanDepot's founder and CEO added a pricey property in North Palm Beach to his portfolio, The Real Deal has learned.
Metro Networks Founder David Saperstein Relists Malibu Compound for $85M
After two years on the market, billionaire David Saperstein has cut $30 million off the listing price of his Malibu estate.
Expensive Homes In California Lose Insurance Coverage Over Risk Of Wildfires
Pricey homes in California will soon have fewer insurers willing to protect them in case of wildfires.
Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard denied bail over sexual assault charges
The Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard has been denied bail and will be detained in Toronto as he awaits trial oncharges of sexual assault and forcible confinement.
Google buys Renzo Piano's Central Saint Giles for London office
Search engine company Google has purchased the Renzo Piano-designed Central Saint Giles development in London for £730 million, as it commits to a future of physical office working.
As long as party donations can be obscured, British politics will not be clean | Liam Byrne
e can't have clean politics if politics is awash with money from obscure sources.
The Artist's Way at 30: Alicia Keyes, Pete Townsend and the surprising re-birth of a creativity classic
Just over 30 years ago, Julia Cameron's agent gave her the immortally bad advice that no one was going to be interested in a book about creativity. "What on earth are you doing?" the agent demanded.
Google in $1bn deal to buy Central Saint Giles offices in London
Google has announced a $1bn (£871m) deal to buy the London development Central Saint Giles, calling the move a show of confidence in the return to more office working.