Washington D.C. Executive Recruiters

Business / June 24, 2016

Washington D.C. is a very high paced and competitive place to start a career; especially when it comes to placing high-profile executives like Gary Burnison. Forbes ranks Washington D.C. has the number one competitive job market in the United States, which means a person needs an executive recruiting team by their side to help aid in their career search. Lucas Group Executive Recruiters: Lucas Group has self-proclaimed themselves as one of the most trustworthy executive recruiting firms in the Washington D.C. area. They developed in the 1970’s in Atlanta GA, and eventually were about to expand to larger metro areas, which included Washington D.C. They pride themselves on having a …..

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Miami’s Leading Business Women

Business / May 26, 2016

Jackie Soffer is CEO and Co-Chairman of real estate development giant Turnberry Associates and she is married to Craig Robins. She’s in charge of the company’s hospitality, retail, and office divisions. This includes South Florida’s Aventura Mall, the area’s largest super-regional shopping center.

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Oil Prices Break $50 Barrier

Business / May 26, 2016

While the recovery to $50 is good news for oil companies like Chevron (CVX) and countries like Nigeria that depend on oil revenue, prices are still painfully low. Crude was well above $100 a barrel as recently as two years ago.

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3 of the Largest Malls in the United States

Business / April 7, 2016

Managed by a major player in the Florida real estate industry, Jackie Soffer (married to Craig Robins), Aventura Mall is a super-regional shopping center located in Miami, Florida. This is the largest shopping mall in Florida and also happens to be the third biggest shopping center in the United States.

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The Salary You Need to Afford a Home in These 25 Cities

Real Estate / April 7, 2016

The average American needs to make a little over $51,000 a year to afford the median-priced home—including principal, interest, taxes and insurance—in the U.S., a study released this week by mortgage information website HSH.com. This assumes the buyer has good to excellent credit (and thus would get a mortgage interest rate—depending on location—of around 4%), put down 20% and would be spending no more than 28% of income on principal and interest.

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Microsoft to Ship Developer HoloLens for $3,000 in March

Technology / February 29, 2016

That’s around the same time Facebook’s Oculus will begin shipping the consumer version of its Rift virtual-reality headset for $600. HoloLens differs from the Oculus Rift in that it makes the viewer see three-dimensional objects in the real world, rather than blocking out the real and replacing it with a 360-degree fictional universe.

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The Paris climate talks ended in elation — now the real work begins,

Environment News / January 22, 2016

In May 1927, a fearless aviator named Charles Lindbergh circled his fragile single-engine monoplane, waiting for tens of thousands of expectant Parisians to clear the runway at Le Bourget Field. When he landed, completing his solo trans-Atlantic flight, the jubilant crowd erupted — it was a unifying moment of “can-do” optimism that electrified people around the globe. Eighty-eight years later, on Dec. 12, 2015, history was made again at Le Bourget. Delegates from 196 nations, for the first time ever, agreed at the 21st United Nations Climate Summit to reduce their carbon emissions, wean the world economy off fossil fuels, and give the human race a shot at surviving the rapidly …..

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