Would you have any recourse if you win a money judgement against a business whose owner quickly files for bankruptcy and starts a new business under a similar name, using the same assets to provide the same services to the same customers?
As a senior leader managing my own department, I know firsthand the importance of taking on a mentee and lifting our employees up. To change the landscape of leaders we need to step up and guide employees to achieve their best potential.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh made a tough, but ultimately correct, call last week to hold firm on the city’s coronavirus construction freeze.
….And that, kids, is what led to the great toilet paper war of 2021.
What does an MIT professor, an African American-owned cleaning company, a Chinatown affordable housing project and a 1.4 million-square-foot tower in Downtown Boston have in common? The answer: everything.
Born out of frustration for an ineffectual and archaic system, Torii has reimagined the entire way people buy homes from top to bottom, search to close. Torii has created home buying for a new generation of buyers.
We are all dreamers. But just how well do we predict what’s going to happen five, 10 or 20 years down the road? We rarely look back to find out.
Now, more than ever, we must work to balance the complexity placed on those spaces, especially those that could see hundreds of people each day passing through.
The governor’s calm, no-nonsense approach hits just the right notes amid the overload of emotion and fear generated by this deadly virus’ arrival on our shores.
Our lack of medical preparation has now put us on our economic heels. One way out is an emergency income that lets us put the outside world on pause.
The 28 Austin mixed-use development transformed an municipal parking lot into 68 apartments and 5,000 square feet of retail with two innovative strategies: modular construction and grassroots support.
For a lot of people, when you see a Realtor in the “community,” it’s often a photo of their face on a “for sale” sign, the side of a car or even a billboard. But if you know a Realtor personally, even just a little bit, then you know they are truly part of the community.
The coronavirus has injected all sorts of uncertainty into the national and local economy. So, how is your business responding?
All organizations – whether or not a provider of critical financial services – should have in place business continuity plans that take pandemics into account.
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Poor sleep causes symptoms similar to alcohol use, like impaired memory, motor skills and decision-making and hurts a company’s bottom line.
Servicers have now figured out that it costs them a lot less money to reach out to their customers rather than wait for calls to come in.
The federal government’s failure to get a coronavirus testing system running has left businesses, investors and everyday Americans to grapple with uncertainty.
The president’s bungled response to the coronavirus pandemic has landed America on the verge of another real estate-driven financial crisis.
Despite its position on the leading edge of medical research, Massachusetts is probably no better prepared to deal with a mass epidemic than many other places around the country.