Month: November 2020

Welcome to 1015 Summit Ave., home to four of NYC’s least-expensive abodes for sale. According to listings portal StreetEasy, prices in the 38-unit building range from a $60,000 studio — which the site lists as the city’s cheapest apartment — to a $75,000 one-bedroom. At least six apartments there have listed since August, offering buyers
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Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. NYSE For most of the eight months since the Covid crash culminated, the stock market’s recovery has fed off rampant doubt, disbelief and cognitive dissonance toward resurgent asset prices set against a severely damaged economy. No more. Wall Street’s rally has now entered the
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Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, wears a protective mask during a news conference in the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020. Chris Kleponis | Bloomberg | Getty Images Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, said on Sunday that the U.S.
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The IRS Office of the Chief Procurement Officer has partnered with Data and Analytic Solutions of Fairfax, Virginia, and with academic researchers to use data analysis to improve IRS procurement operations. The team will consist of procurement practitioners as well as university professors and students with procurement and experience in machine learning, a form of
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Most Manhattan offices remain sparsely populated, but developers and landlords are confident the work-from-home phenomenon is temporary. Which is why they believe that office towers have a bright future — and their success will spill over into the residential neighborhoods around them. The folks at Related Cos. shared with us some recent cheery data from
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