Autonomous Vehicles In A Decade?

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Young Leader Insights: Holly Hindmarsh

Holly Hindmarsh

Occupancy Planning Services Manager

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North Carolina Reels in Honeywell

Here’s a follow up to last week’s post on North Carolina’s passing legislation to increase the amount of incentives the state can offer per jobs brought in.Read more


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North Carolina Ramps Up Incentives Potential With Specific Target in Mind

North Carolina is aiming to ramp up its economic development game, according to the Winston Salem Journal.Read more


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McKesson Will Move Its Headquarters From San Francisco to Las Colinas, TX

McKesson Corporation, which is involved in pharmaceuticals and medical supplies, is moving its headquarters from California to Texas, according to this article in Business Facilities Magazine.
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No One Knows Change like the Federal Government

A Decade of People-Centric Innovation at the GSA – Guest Blog by Melissa Marsh with Mike Sayre, PLASTARC

The work of the General Services Administration (GSA) touches every corner of government operations. As the agency that manages the property, facilities, and equipment of federal offices, it has an impact on the experience of the entire federal workforce.

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The GM Effect: All That Space

General Motors’ decision this week to shutter five North American plants may signal a long-term shift toward cars that are heavily computerized and maybe even autonomous.Read more


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New Player in the Co-Working Space

NeueHouse, which offers co-working space and a private-club membership, raised $30 million this month from outside investors and hired new leadership. Both moves are part of an effort to jump-start a company that has stalled while the popularity of shared office space has taken off, according to an article this week in The Wall Street Journal.Read more


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Cost Accounting for Real Estate

Guest blog by Dominic Burke, CBRE

Introduction

The 10 largest companies in the Fortune Global 500, by annual revenue, report property assets on their balance sheet worth in excess of $100 billion. But current accounting practice means the figures being reported may differ significantly from reality.

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Amazon Not Home Alone In NYC

New York City may be benefitting from tech expansions, in addition to Amazon’s decision to locate part of the company’s HQ2 in The Big Apple.Read more


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Survey Says the Role of Corporate Real Estate is Advancing

GlobeSt.com has published a survey conducted by CBRE that reveals corporate real estate is becoming more strategic.Read more


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New York and DC!

With one click, New York (Long Island City) and Washington, DC (Crystal City in Northern Virginia) got a big delivery today.Read more


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