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Goldman Sachs Group Inc. plans to expand its private real estate investment trust in Japan to 60 billion yen by the end of March amid rising demand to invest in the nation's real estate market.
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Laying the foundation: From left, New York state Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Goldman Sachs Chairman and CEO Henry Paulson, New York Gov. George Pataki, Sen. Charles Schumer, Battery Park City Authority Chairman James Gill and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton toss ceremonial shovels of dirt at the groundbreaking of ... (more)
9 hrs ago | Freshnews
The global cyber security market generated a revenue of $xx billion in 2011, according to Frost & Sullivan estimates.
13 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal
Alan Iny is senior global specialist in business creativity at The Boston Consulting Group and co-author, with BCG senior adviser Luc de Brabandere, of the newly published Thinking in New Boxes: A New Paradigm for Business Creativity .
15 hrs ago | Finextra Research news
Only a quarter of people in the US and Western Europe are willing to use their mobile devices for in-store payments, according to a survey from Bain & Company.
19 hrs ago | Business Journal
As of Saturday, Boston had received about 56.5 inches of snow thus far for the winter season, and temperatures have been remarkably low.
Mumbai, Mar. 10 : Medical electronics market in India is reportedly estimated to grow to 11.7 billion dollars by the next three years due to the country's burgeoning population, higher middle-class incomes, and increasing awareness about the benefits of healthcare delivery system.
This Frost & Sullivan white paper looks at the need for enterprise content management to increase safety and reliability and reduce costs and damages.
The enterprise "gets" mobile now. Maybe there is no great surprise in that. After all, the smartphone really was adopted first by corporate executives in need of portable computing.
Is corporate America more concerned with attracting top employees than developing the ones they have? That's the contention of John Hagel III, a director at Deloitte Consulting and co-chair of the Silicon Valley-based Deloitte Center for the Edge, which tries to help senior executives make sense of emerging opportunities in business and technology.
Half of uninsured adults have looked for insurance online, according to an Urban Institute survey cited in the Washington Post.
A recent study by McKinsey & Co. found that one of the main reasons consumers go to a dealership rather than buy their car online is to get questions answered about finance and insurance.
Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. both decided last month that it was worth losing millions of dollars in fees to get credit on a big merger they didn't work on, four people with knowledge of the matter said.
Asia-Pacific accounts for nearly 2.5 per cent of global oil and gas reserves, making it an oil and gas hub with exploration expansion in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, according to Frost & Sullivan.
Among the companies whose shares are expected to see active trade in Monday's session are Boeing Co., McDonald's Corp. and Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. has discovered cracks in some 787 Dreamliner jets which will lead to a delay in the delivery of some aircraft, pending inspections of 42 planes.
Cedar Point's Shoot the Rapids, shown here in 2010. Last summer a chain pulling one of the boats came off the track, and the boat slipped back into the water.