#real-estate

Embattled property firm Evergrande rattles financial markets
China's embattled property developer Evergrande Group has caused concern among investors worldwide.
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Byron and Nicole talk about Evergrande's $300 billion debt and how it can impact more than China's economy.
Analysis | Singapore's Millennial Investors Don't Want to Watch Paint Dry
The developer behind some of Singapore's most famous landmarks, such as Raffles City and Clarke Quay, has gone ahead and rebuilt itself.
U.S. Bank's planned purchase of Union Bank could give Bay Area big new banking player - Silicon Valley Business Journal
U.S. Bancorp's planned $8 billion cash-and-stock purchase of MUFG Union Bank's core retail banking operations could reshape the Bay Area's banking landscape.
Analysis | Bored of Builders, Singapore Millennials Get Their Own Blackstone
The developer behind some of Singapore's most famous landmarks, such as Raffles City and Clarke Quay, has gone ahead and rebuilt itself.
Think tank calls for windfall tax on 'bumper pandemic profits' to create fair economy
The government should tax firms that made "excessive pandemic profits" to help "rebalance" economic power and improve workers ' pay and conditions, a think tank has said.
Chip Kelly concedes UCLA secondary should have tightened coverage during loss
On UCLA's final defensive play, three defensive backs positioned themselves almost as close to fans sitting behind the end zone as the line of scrimmage.
Jay Shaw hovered around the goal line.
Fee changes to Downtown Density Bonus Program delayed until November - Austin Monitor
City Council and boards and commissions will have to wait until November to see the latest proposal on adjustments to the costs developers will have to pay to avoid adding affordable housing units to downtown development projects.
Home Run For A-Rod in Ongoing Suits Over Real Estate Venture
Former baseball slugger Alex Rodriguez scored a home run on 13 lawsuits filed by his former brother-in-law, Constantine Scurtis, over their unraveled real estate venture.