A Neiman Marcus bankruptcy could mark a major blow for NYC’s glitzy Hudson Yards, one of the most expensive mega-malls in US history. Here’s why.

To persuade Neiman Marcus to anchor the 1-million-square-foot mega-mall at the heart of the $25 billion Hudson Yards development on Manhattan’s West Side, the project’s builders lavished tens of millions of dollars on the upscale department store and postpone…
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Free Fireside Chat | May 4: Donn Davis’s Plans on Recovering

28, 2020
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We sit down with Donn Davis, Co-Founder and Chairman of the Professional Fighters League (PFL). Don joins us to discuss how the PFL is planning on recovering from the…
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Blackstone bet big on 4 huge Las Vegas casinos. Then the coronavirus brought Sin City to a halt, right as the PE giant was trying to unload one of its multi-billion-dollar jewels.

Blackstone poured billions into a 1.5-mile stretch of Las Vegas in the last five years. 
The private-equity giant bought two casinos outright and purchased interests in two others as it bet big on a simple investing thesis that extended to strategies beyond …
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Invest In A Wine Estate Through Crowdfunding With WineFunding

Do you have a dream of owning a wine estate? Or investing in a vineyard? Unless you have several million dollars to spend it is likely to remain a dream. However, since a few years back you can invest in wine estates through crowdfunding that lets you get eng…
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Rent strikes loom across Canada as coronavirus kills daily-wage jobs – The Globe and Mail

Posters calling for a rent protest is photographed at the corner of King St. West and Dunn Ave. in the Parkdale neighbourhood, on Mar 24 2020. With many Torontonians losing jobs because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the ability to pay their monthly rent is at ris…
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‘Absolutely zero money out of my own pocket’: Here’s how Jared Holland turned a little-known real-estate investing strategy into screaming business — and nabbed a $120,000 profit on a ‘free house’

When Jared Holland heard that a flipped house in his local market garnered a $200,000 profit, his interest in the space immediately piqued. 
“I fell into it a little bit I guess,” he said on the “BiggerPockets” podcast. “After that I kind of got the bug and …
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Heavyweights like Mark Cuban and Chamath Palihapitiya offer coronavirus investing tips — plus loads of stock picks

Dear Readers,
Billionaires Mark Cuban and Chamath Palihapitiya have a lot more in common than owning NBA teams. They’ve also made headlines in the past couple of weeks with their comments on the post-coronavirus landscape.
In an upset of epic proportions, P…
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On-demand shuttle startup Via hits $2.25 billion valuation on latest funding round led by Exor

On-demand shuttle startup Via has hit a $2.25 billion valuation following a Series E funding round led by Exor, the Agnelli family holding company that owns stakes in PartnerRe, Ferrari and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.
The Series E funding round, which include…
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Trump’s ‘opening the country’ council features several political donors, supporters

The White House announced the appointment of 220 individuals this week assembled by President Donald Trump to serve on an advisory council to assist the White House coronavirus task force in developing a plan to restart the U.S. economy.
The list features pr…
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The lender to a trendy Brooklyn hotel is looking to offload an $80 million mortgage as the hospitality sector craters — and it’s the type of deal distressed-debt investors have been waiting for

The owner of nearly $80 million of debt tied to a struggling Brooklyn hotel has begun marketing the loans for sale in one of the first signs that lenders may seek to cut their exposure to the hospitality industry as it’s battered by the coronavirus pandemic.

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