Category Archive: Current Affairs

Oct 26 2014

JLL Report Download | United States Cross Sector Outlook – Fall 2014

From JLL: United States commercial real estate investing trends: What’s moving across property types, where and why? As your source commercial real estate investing insight, every six months JLL’s expert research team closely examines movement across all U.S. property types to identify the trends impacting your investment strategy. The result is our biannual U.S. Cross Sector …

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Nov 29 2013

Free Holiday Music MP3 Downloads

Free Holiday Music MP3 Downloads

Nov 28 2013

Jase & Si: How to Fry a Turkey

Jase & Si: How to Fry a Turkey

Nov 26 2013

Thanksgiving Proclamation from Abraham Lincoln

Words of President Abraham Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation

May 23 2013

Putting Up The Flag for Memorial Day

Curt Cloninger explains why he’s putting up the flag this weekend for Memorial Day.

Feb 07 2013

Case Rulings Regarding Employees and Employers Use of Social Media

From the National Labor Relations Board comes a report from the Acting General Counsel concerning social media cases involving employers and employees.

Dec 19 2012

2013 Emerging Trends in Real Estate & Markets to Watch

The 2013 Emerging Trends in Real Estate published by PwC and ULI looks for improvement in the real estate markets in 2013. Among the data available in this free download is this summary of US Markets to Watch: Overall Real Estate Prospects

May 26 2011

Remembering Heroes on Memorial Day

Celebrate a true hero this Memorial Day

Jun 02 2010

A Narcissistic World

From Tim Elmore: Charles Sykes wrote an op-ed piece that’s been quoted several times. In it, he lays out eleven rules that students from Generation iY do not typically learn in high school or college. He argues that our feel-good, politically correct teachings have created a generation of kids with no concept of reality, kids …

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Jan 27 2010

Cities Entering 2010 Overdue for an Earthquake: Port au Prince, Memphis, Seattle, St. Louis, Charleston, Salt Lake

Port au Prince entered 2010 overdue for a major earthquake.  So did a number of other U.S. cities and communities–and not just those in California.  Try St. Louis, Seattle, Charleston, Memphis, Salt Lake City, and New England. Reports WSB Radio: The earthquake that struck Haiti two weeks ago was the strongest in that country in more …

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