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  • Laura Woods: 5 ways you're sabotaging your future net worth

    You may not realize it, but the actions you take now can greatly impact your sense of financial security down the road. Many Americans inadvertently minimize their future net worth by focusing only on the short-term. It can be great to live in the moment,...
  • Japan short-term home rental market shows promise but rewards slow to come

    Japan seems to have the right mix for developing a vibrant short-term home rental market: a rapidly growing tourism industry, a cheap currency and - unlike many countries - 8 million vacant homes.     Adding to the attractive business case is a reform-...
  • Las Vegas Sands has a new global leader

    Las Vegas Sands has a new global leader
    Las Vegas Sands, parent company of Sands Casino in Bethlehem, has named a new leader for its global operation. Robert. G. Goldstein, will take over as president and chief operating officer in the New Year for the retiring Michael A. Leven. Billionaire...
  • Woodstock launches solar program for residents

    More than 75 Woodstock residents attended a Solarize Connecticut workshop on Dec. 3 to learn about a program offering financial incentives to homeowners who install solar panels on their properties. Woodstock was selected along with 14 other clean-...
  • Biz News: VW dealership to host toy drive

    Norm Reeves Volkswagen Superstore at 20 Auto Center Drive in Irvine will be collecting new, unwrapped toys Monday through Dec. 31 for the Orange County Ronald McDonald House, which provides temporary residence for families with children being treated at...
  • Rainmaking lawyer leaves one Chicago firm for another

     Rainmaking lawyer leaves one Chicago firm for another
    James Hurst, one of the biggest rainmakers in the Chicago legal market, is leaving one of the city's largest law firms for another. Kirkland & Ellis said Wednesday that Hurst will join the firm's litigation and intellectual property groups, after a 25-...
  • UK construction output slides in October

    British construction output suffered an unexpected sharp fall in October, even as growth in preceding months was revised up and handed a slight boost to overall economic growth in the third quarter. Construction output fell 2.2 percent in October after...
  • Real Estate Notebook: The Bridges' clubhouse, restaurant open

    Real Estate Notebook: The Bridges' clubhouse, restaurant open
    A recap of the week's real estate news. GL Homes opened the clubhouse Dec. 3 at The Bridges, a 591-home luxury development near Delray Beach. The 17,000-square-foot clubhouse features a restaurant: The Grille at The Bridges. Residents placed more than...
  • Some Atlantic City, N.J., casino tax liens fail to draw bidders

    Tax collectors in Atlantic City, New Jersey, garnered bids for less than half of the tax liens on bankrupt casinos they had hoped to auction on Thursday, another blow to the city's already weak coffers. While a buyer snapped up about $22 million of tax...
  • City commission votes to buy and demolish former Booby Trap building

    City commission votes to buy and demolish former Booby Trap building
    Steven Roberts has lived in Winter Park long enough that he can remember the days when a business in his neighborhood had a pretty unique name. “Back when I was a kid,” he said, “it was the Booby Trap.” These days, the business...
  • Saving Sears: Eddie Lampert's complicated dance

    Tax rules and concerns about Sears Holdings Corp's SHLD.O tenuous financial condition may force CEO Eddie Lampert to do a complicated dance as he plans to spin off the retailer's best real estate into a separate trust. Last month, the troubled retailer...