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President Donald Trump’s Treasury Department now says that’s downright unfair and wants global regulators to stop using the term when describing investment giants.
In this depressing landscape, there is at least one player still willing to take the risk: local governments hungry for tax revenues.
With big companies reducing space and new towers rising across New York, office owners are trying to attract tenants by lowering asking rents.
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Paradise Park, as the project is called, will feature LED-lit bumper cars that make crashing sounds and are chased around an oval by fake police officers.
Investors still have a lot of cash to burn through, but are searching for higher yields.
The center is being developed in Allen, Texas on more than 65 acres of land.
The agreement brings some respite to the Toronto-based owner of Saks Fifth Avenue, which has been cutting thousands of jobs.
The firm applied to list its Class A common stock on the Nasdaq Global Market this week.