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SCHUMER INTRODUCES LEGISLATION TO PROTECT AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND KEEP TENS OF THOUSANDS OF TENANTS FROM FALLING VICTIM TO PREDATORY DEVELOPERS; WILL HELP PREVENT NYC AFFORDABLE HOUSING COMPLEXES FROM DEFAULT AND DISREPAIR Schumer Legislation Would Direct HUD and Treasury To Help Restructure Troubled Loans that Could Open the Door to Predatory Developers Looking to Turn a Quick Profit by Flipping Affordable Housing Complexes At Least 60,000 Units in NYC Buildings in Danger of Foreclosure - If Entire Complexes Default, Apartments and Buildings Fall in to Grave Disrepair and Affordable Housing Would be Vulnerable to Quick-Flip ...
Rethinking the “diversification discount” | Don Sull's Blog |
Academics, managers, and investors agree with near unanimity that corporate diversification destroys value. In their best-seller, In Search of Excellence , Tom Peters and Robert Waterman argued managers should “stick to the knitting” by focusing on the business they know best. Their argument presaged a series of management articles and books using different terms–including “ core competency ,” “ unbundling the corporation ” and “ profit from the core “–to make the same point: Firms should focus on activities and markets where they have a sustainable competitive ... market research, surveys and trends
THEORY: "Images of Renewal and Decline" (2005)
From Sydney to Seattle, from Johannesburg to Helsinki, civic elites have become obsessed with the image that their cities project to the world. At a time when cities must compete with each other for investors, tourists, tax revenues, and middle-class residents, how the city is perceived is considered of paramount importance. Consequently, city boosters commission a variety of images: of gleaming office towers, of lively streets bordered by cafes, of housing whose residents can gaze out on both snow-capped mountains and multi-peaked skylines, of sailboats nestled in downtown marinas, and of couples and families strolling along ... market research, surveys and trends


Consequences of Disinvestment?
We do not yet know for sure why the Interstate 35W bridge in Minneapolis collapsed last week. We do know that it was one of more than 70,000 bridges nation-wide that are rated by the U.S. Department of Transportation as being “structurally deficient.” We also know that as recently as last winter the Minnesota Department of Transportation explored a plan to bolt steel plates to the bridge to prevent fatigued areas from developing further cracks. Most importantly, this disaster has refocused media and public attention on the condition of the nation’s infrastructure—a debate that was already intensifying ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
MinnPost - Pawlenty's favorite statistic: exaggerated and misleading
Gov. Tim Pawlenty’s favorite statistic is technically accurate but exaggerated and so out-of-context as to be misleading. As Pawlenty has taken his political ambitions national, he has developed a shorthand summary of his record in holding down government spending in Minnesota. It goes like this: From 1960 to 2002, under 10 previous Minnesota governors of three different parties including his own, general fund spending in Minnesota had grown by an average of 21 percent per biennium. Under Pawlenty, state general fund spending has grown by just 2 percent a year. Pawlenty gives a version of the 21-to-2 boast on many ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Behind the scenes in the Kumba saga
" is receiving the attention it cries out for and what steps are being taken to defend us, the people, from vested interests. On the front line is the official opposition, the Democratic Alliance. Bearing the load of the fight at hand is shadow Minister of Mining Advocate Hendrik Schmidt. He elaborated in a podcast as to what's happening outside of the limelight. Schmidt ultimately expressed frustration over the lack of activism from South African businesses, the power DMR holds over miners, the lack of transparency in government and the fact that the general population doesn't seem to care about issues, such as ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
CMC Newsletter June 2010
The Santiago International Conference on the Convention on Cluster Munitions took place from 7-9 June 2010 in Santiago, Chile. Some 99 governments – including 13 non-signatory states – and more than 120 CMC campaigners attended the conference, which was characterised by a high degree of enthusiasm and engagement. Photo: Soraj Ghulam Habib and other cluster munition survivors talk to the Chilean foreign minister. Photo credit: Mary Wareham Opening statements focused on a range of topics, including: the CCM in the context of Latin American regional disarmament initiatives (by the Deputy Minister of Defence of Chile); Lao PDR’s ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


These indicators of disinvestment should be presented in sufficient detail to explain the specific nature, scope and consequences of disinvestment on the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Images of Renewal and Decline Robert A. Beauregard From Sydney to ...
the consequences of disinvestment and abandonment and the results of large, capital investments in businesses, leisure, and housing for the middle-class; ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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