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The latest Urban Land Institute Forecast for the real estate economy sees three years of continued strength, with the industry set for sustainable growth in 2015 through 2017.


The latest Urban Land Institute Forecast for the real estate economy sees three years of continued strength, with the industry set for sustainable growth in 2015 through 2017.

ULI Forecast For CRE: Strength And Growth Through 2017

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Business Report: Illinois Innovation Council Targets Global Competitiveness

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A new advisory group aims to turn the Land of Lincoln into a global innovation destination, implementing a vision for a 21st-century economy.



Yodle Expands In New York City; Expects To Create 250 New Jobs

The new Yodle Charlotte office opened in 2013.

Local online marketing company doubles its office space after moving to new Hudson Yards location.


Business Report: Texas – First Data’s TeleCheck Services HQ Relocates To Sugar Land

The new Baker Hughes facility on the outskirts of Houston is the epicenter for all Baker Hughes personnel training in the Western Hemisphere. The 91,205-square-foot Classroom Building is the primary venue for classroom, lecture-type learning in a three-story steel-frame structure offering spacious window views.

The Fortune 500 Company is moving into Sugar Creek on the Lake as part of a $10-million investment that will create 600 jobs.


Hicks Plastics To Open New Manufacturing Facility In Knox County, TN

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Advanced plastics manufacturer to invest $10.4 million in the area and will create more than 200 new jobs.


Kaiser Permanente To Bring 900 Technology Jobs To Atlanta, GA

The IT campus at 1375 Peachtree Street, NE. is part of the Pershing Point Plaza.

Leader in health care innovation chooses Atlanta for expansion; Mayor Reed and state officials applaud the job-creating move.



Manufacturers Remain Optimistic Despite Growing Concerns Around Strong U.S. Dollar

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U.S. manufacturers plan to hire skilled workers and invest in businesses, while overseas expansion declines, reflecting elevated concern regarding the strong dollar and increased foreign competition, according to PwC’s Q1 2015 Manufacturing Barometer.