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  • MetLife, Norwegian Bank Buy Buildings In Boston, D.C., San Francisco

    MetLife Inc. and a Norwegian bank announced Monday that they bought an office building at One Beacon Street in Boston for $561 million, the latest high-profile commercial-real-estate investment by the life insurer.
  • Real estate notebook: Discount brokerage planned for South Florida

    Real estate notebook: Discount brokerage planned for South Florida
    Two entrepreneurs say they're preparing to launch a new discount real estate listing service for Palm Beach and Broward counties. Tony Gibbons and Greg Sullivan expect to open ByOwner.com in Boca Raton in the next 45 days. The firm is not related to...

    Amplats to sell strike-hit South African mines

    JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - World number-one platinum producer Anglo American Platinum is to sell a swathe of its most labor-intensive South African mines after a five-month strike shattered its hopes of ever making them profitable. The mines account for...

    Shanghai Film Corp. Places 19-Theater IMAX Order

    SEOUL - Shanghai Film Corporation has struck a deal to install a further 19 IMAX screens in its theaters throughout China. The deal, described, as "significant" by IMAX is the third largest it has struck in China and makes SFC IMAX's fifth largest...

    Brandi Chastain among those who want to remove heading from youth soccer

     Brandi Chastain among those who want to remove heading from youth soccer
    As incurable sports addicts, Jill and I had similar reactions when we learned our only child would be a daughter: We've been spared "the football decision." To play, or not to play? As medical science continues to explore football's inevitable head...