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Where tech talent is concentrated is one of the most influential factors in the potential growth of the industry in a region.
Companies are choosing high quality offices to encourage employees to work from the office and be their most productive when there, according to CBRE analysis.
CBRE's Scoring Tech Talent report ranks the top 75 tech markets in the U.S. and Canada and outlines the industry’s job-growth trends amid economic shifts and increased remote hiring.
In the largest foreign direct investment in Texas on record, Samsung will create more than 2,000 high-tech jobs at its new semiconductor manufacturing facility in Taylor, TX.
As more companies put their business activities on the cloud, data centers with the potential for scalability and proximity to cloud “on ramps” are better poised to compete, according to CBRE’s latest report.
Software giant Oracle will move its corporate headquarters from the Silicon Valley to Austin, TX, joining a growing list of companies choosing to shift their bases to the Lone Star State.
The pretzel maker has selected Logistics Park Kansas City in Edgerton, KS for a new manufacturing facility that will create 22 new jobs.
CBRE study found that last year, 61 of the largest 100 industrial leases in the U.S. were completed by e-commerce companies and logistics firms.
The global design, engineering and manufacturing company expects to add approximately 500 new jobs to the greater Phoenix area over the next five years.
Global prime office rents showed the most growth in Europe, according to CBRE Group, Inc.’s new Global Prime Office Rents survey.
Talent shortages are reshaping the workplace paradigm, with the war for talent influencing all aspects of real estate decision-making, according to CBRE.
As corporate executives increasingly view office environments as recruitment and retention tools, talent is more important than cost when it comes to making real estate decisions, according to a new CBRE survey.
Low interest rates, punctuated with bouts of pessimism and volatility, are likely to continue in 2016, supporting moderate growth in commercial rents and investment sales volume globally, according to CBRE.
Chinese outbound capital flows into global commercial real estate markets have exceeded $10 billion in a year for the first time ever, according to the latest research from CBRE Group, Inc.
An expert CBRE highlights three technology trends reshaping the way people will use real estate in the future.
The firm is building on an existing relationship with ARGUS Enterprise, using the company's software to further support its investments worldwide.