Starkist’s Charlie Swims to Virginia

Starkist Tuna, of the ‘Sorry, Charlie!’ commercials fame, has...


Disconnect Between Executives And Workers and Returning to the Office

With the worst of the pandemic (hopefully) behind us, everyone is...


KOA Headquarters to Match the Feel of its Services

Living in vans, traveling in RVs and leaving cities for open areas have all...


How Colors Will Affect the Return to Office

Colors will make a significant impact on how workers feel as they they return...


Toronto, the “Tech Town”

Toronto is quietly becoming a “tech town,” according to a recent report in...


War Could Make Commercial Real Estate More Sustainable

The war in the Ukraine may yield the side effect of making commercial...


How Will the War in Ukraine Permanently Affect Global Economy?

“Beyond the human suffering and historic refugee flows, the war (in...


The Impact of President Biden’s Announcement to Cut Off Russian Oil Imports

Barron’s has published an extensive piece on the impact of the U.S. and...


The Ukraine Invasion: Deepening Impact On Corporate Real Estate

As we have noted, the most important impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine...


CoreNet Global to Lead Global Celebration of Corporate Real Estate Week, April 18-22, 2022

Corporate Real Estate Week 2022 will be a global celebration of the profession...


Companies Feeling An Impact From Attack on Ukraine

What will be the impact of the war in Ukraine on global corporations? A recent...


A New Workplace Standard in Belgium?

Belgian workers will be able to choose a four-day work week and...


Corporate Real Estate Professionals See Pay Increases

A vast majority of corporate real estate professionals received pay increases...


Many Companies Will Increase the Amount of Office Space They Use in the Next One to Five Years

A new survey conducted by CoreNet Global  has found that global companies...


How Much Time In The Office?

A LinkedIn poll conducted by CoreNet Global has found that 41 percent of...


Exxon, Others, Consolidate Headquarters in Houston

Energy giant Exxon and several other companies are consolidating their...


Companies Seeing Rent Concessions

A new survey conducted by CoreNet Global, the premier association for...


Bringing Urban Back Into Suburban

Suburban office parks were once in vogue in part because they gave employees a...


Green Becomes More of a Priority

GreenBiz is reporting that as companies become more conscious of global...


Yup, There’s an App For That

A COVID-friendly workplace? Yes, there’s an app for that. Read more


Omicron Delays Return To Work

A LinkedIn poll conducted by CoreNet Global has found that the Omicron variant...


You’ve Got Data

The former headquarters of America Online, or AOL, which made famous the...


Nike: Just Do It, Or Risk Getting Fired

According to news reports, sports apparel manufacturer Nike will begin firing...


Is Setting a Return To Work Date Not Even Worth It Anymore?

For some companies, it’s just pointless to set a return to work date, as...


Keeping up office friendships

Remember before the pandemic, when you had that special work “spouse,” or...


Omicron Driving Workplace Retreat

“JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N) instructed unvaccinated staff in Manhattan...


Gone Country

As many tech firms and other companies flee the high rent district of San Jose,...


Top Trends for 2022

According to Fortune, the top two real estate trends to watch for in...


Demand in India Reaches New Highs

A new report from Newmark Knight Frank points to a year of positive...


KPMG Report Says Remote Work Can Be Damaging

There is the convenience, ease and flexibility of remote work. And there is the...


Sherwin Williams Planning Massive Cleveland Headquarters

The city of Cleveland, Ohio has given final approvals to paint manufacturer...


If You Can’t Always Take Work Home, Take Home to the Office

Here’s a look, thanks to dezeen, of several ways that offices are...


The Office Holiday Party is Back. Is That a Good Thing?

For some people, all this virtual and remote work came with a silver lining:...


Kentucky Becoming a Corporate Hotspot

Kentucky, who knew? Apparently many people in corporate real estate. According...


COVID Rates in Germany Prompting Greater Scrutiny of the Workplace

Business leaders in Germany are calling for the “3G” rule to...


Saudi Arabia Open to New Companies

Saudi Arabia said on Wednesday it had licensed 44 international companies to...


Maryland is the Choice

Maryland-based Choice Hotels, whose brands include Quality Inn, Comfort Inn and...


Bloomberg: Corporate Headquarters Will Still Gravitate to Downtowns

When it comes to corporate headquarters, don’t count out big cities and...


WeWork Goes Public

Once beleaguered WeWork, which had revolutionized the pre-pandemic workplace...


Siemens: Companies are Still Unprepared for Hybrid

Hybrid is what everyone is talking about with respect to the workplace, yet new...


Not Going Back

Billionaire investor Ray Dalio made a series of comments in an interview...


Companies Moving from California To Texas

If Tesla does move from California to Texas, it would hardly be the...


Is Tesla Headed for Texas?

There is speculation in Bloomberg that Tesla may pull up stakes in...


Companies Leaning on Tech For The Reopening

“The next time a company accountant is tallying up operational expenses for...


Smith & Wesson To Relocate South

Smith & Wesson Brands is relocating its corporate headquarters from...


Asia Return to Work Demonstrates Greater Resilience Than Other Regions

In Asia, the impact of the pandemic-induced shift in working patterns on the...


Google Is Betting Big On The Office

According to the New York Times, Google announced on Tuesday that it...


Nyriad Moves Global Headquarters from New Zealand to U.S.

Data storage firm Nyriad Inc. announced that ithas relocated its global...


Is Pittsburgh Becoming a Hub for Automated Vehicles?

Aurora, a self-driving technology company that has plans to go...


Google Searching for Return

Google is delaying the return to work for employees for a third time, as...


Still bricks and mortar!

Insurance giant Genworth will move employees to temporary space as it...


This Winnebago Is On The Move

It’s become one of the better known trends of the pandemic, renting a...


CoreNet Global Survey: Companies Mandating Vaccinations and Masks

CoreNet Global released a new survey today tracking whether large corporations...


AECOM’s Headquarters Will Be In Dallas

While it will maintain a large workforce in California, engineering giant and...


SHRM: Mask mandate bans don’t affect the private sector

Employment law attorneys said mask mandate bans generally don’t affect...


Intellian Opens New Headquarters in Rotterdam

Satellite and telecommunications company Intellian is setting up a new state of...


Investors, companies betting on Taiwan

A number of factors are leading to increased investment and corporate activity...


Return to Work... Ever?

Two reports out this week don’t look promising for companies that are trying...


Hybrid Slash….Everything!

CoreNet Global Board Chair Michelle Myer, MCR.w, SLCR, VP Americas Real...


Hyundai India Opens New Headquarters in Gurugram

Hyundai India has opened a new modern corporate headquarters in Gurugram,...


Are masks returning indoors?

The spike in COVID cases, particularly the Delta variant, is triggering indoor...


Prepare for normal, but plan for change

As some companies are embracing the hybrid work model, or shifting toward...


The Best States for Remote Work

CNBC is out with a report ranking the 10 best states for remote work. In order...


AZ Attracting Tech Firms

Even in what is being called the “great resignation,” tech...


Companies Say Come Back to the Office Fifty Percent of The Time

In a move that directly reflects CoreNet Global’s research on the future work...


It is now being called the Great Resignation

This could be trouble for employers. Read more


PIM Brands Renovates Hertz Headquarters

PIM Brands, formerly Promotion In Motion Inc. and the maker of snack foods...


Leaving NYC

Cigarette-make Philip Morris will leave New York to establish headquarters in...


What Impact Will the Pandemic Have On Corporate Real Estate And The Work Week?

In two years, more than half (53 percent) of the corporations surveyed by...


The Stress of the Return

As we’ve been saying, for those employees that do return to the office, it...


Sour Apple?

Some Apple employees are pushing back on CEO Tim Cook’s announcement that...


Just when you thought was safe to get back into the office….

Bloomberg/BusinessWeek is reporting that even when employees get the...