Exclusive: Why All-star Investors Think $350M Video Startup Loom Is The Next Big Thing In Remote Work Tech
The company's greatest challenge will be converting the two million users that have joined the platform during lockdown into lifelong users.
The union representing more than 200,000 Canadian public sector employees says the Public Sector Pension Investment Board's investment in a for-profit, long-term care provider is inconsistent with its fiduciary and legal obligations to plan members. The Public Service Alliance of Canada is calling on the PSP to end its investment in Revera Inc., its wholly owned subsidiary, and to ...
Coming in at No. 7 on Fast Company's Queer 50 list, the founder of Backstage Capital is giving underrepresented founders a chance in Silicon Valley. This story is part of Fast Company's first-ever Queer 50 List. Click here to see the full list.Read Full Story.
If you're a real estate investor with lingering questions during these challenging times, you're not alone. : If this is your first time registering, please check your inbox for more information about the benefits of your Forbes account and what you can do next! As the varied numbers for March and April real estate sales continue to roll in, the industry is left wondering what the future will hold as the pandemic continues to impact markets across the globe.
Introducing the first-ever list of LGBTQ women and nonbinary innovators in business and tech. In a moment when some companies are putting diversity and inclusion goals on the back burner, it's more important than ever to highlight queer trailblazers and advocates.Read Full Story.
Stringr, a video-focused startup that says it can help news organizations adapt to the challenges of COVID-19, is announcing that it's raised $5.75 million in new funding. When I wrote about the the company at the end of 2015, it was creating a marketplace that connected news organizations with videographers who could provide them with news [...]
The firm sold three properties totaling 150 units in Walnut Creek, Calif.: Institutional Property Advisors, a division of Marcus & Millichap, has sold three value-add multifamily properties in Walnut Creek, Calif., for $55.6 million. IPA's Stanford Jones, Philip Saglimbeni and Alex Tartaglia, along with Carlos Azucena of Marcus & Millichap completed the transaction on behalf of the seller. A private investor acquired 1465 Mt. Pisgah and Raintree Partners acquired The Pines and City View. Each property is within walking distance from Downtown Walnut Creek, which offers shopping and dining destinations in the East Bay area.
Walker & Dunlop provided Centennial Holding Co. with more than $44 million in financing for the 348-unit purchase. : Centennial Holding Co. has acquired Century New Holland, a 348-unit Class A community in the far northeastern Atlanta suburb of Gainesville, Ga., for $64 million, according to Hall County records. Watkins Real Estate Group sold the asset, while Walker & Dunlop provided the buyer with a $44.3 million acquisition loan through Freddie Mac. The 10-year note bears a fixed rate and a five-year interest-only period.
Commercial Real Estate: Expect Rental Income From Commercial Realty To Come Down By 10-20%: Investec Capital Services, Real Estate News, Et Realestate
If you speak to any of the companies, all of the companies are talking about cost cutting and the first line item they are talking about is rental. All of them are saying that they will renegotiate rentals and the rental bills may come down by 10-15-20%.
The coronavirus pandemic has upended how Americans get medical care. Patients are staying at home and putting off treatments. Others are seeing their doctors virtually. Financially, hospitals and medical practices have been hit hard by a decline in procedures. Prior to the pandemic, models like venture-backed Iora Health, family-owned ChenMed, and private-equity-backed Oak Street Health had been picking up steam in their approaches to primary care. We spoke to 8 of these new primary care players about how they've fared through the pandemic.