March 4- U.S. solar project developer SunEdison Inc is expanding into the fast-growing market for grid energy storage with the acquisition of a startup that pairs big batteries with solar installations. SunEdison said its purchase of Solar Grid Storage LLC, to be announced on Thursday, will allow it to begin building a storage plan across the country, Tom Leyden,...» Read More
The markets are trickier than ever, technology is a bear and the parade of complex products with odd names is enough to make your head spin.
It’s important to distinguish between high-maintenance clients (who need a lot of hand holding) and problem ones (who want the impossible).
Sure, investment returns grab the headlines, but fees fatten the top and bottom line, which makes expansion into other services tempting.
Wall Street’s shedding jobs, so why not start your own business. You may be an investment guru but are you a general manager?
Mexico is doing its best to target investors for its real estate market. Even with drug violence, analysts say opportunities are good for foreign investment.
Just as the rag tag tents and moldy sofas of the 10-month-old Occupy Hong Kong movement at the HSBC building in Hong Kong are being moved out, a new sit-in erupted in past days – the Occupy Tamar protest involving around 8,000 people surrounding Government Offices in Central has gone into its 6th day.
Recently the government announced it was raising rents on public housing around 10 percent, but giving a free month to offset that.
Mort Zuckerman, Boston Properties chairman, discusses the outlook on commercial real estate and his fight with Cablevision.
Discussing whether the U.S. economy is in a full-tilt housing recovery, with Lindsey Piegza, FTN Financial, and CNBC's Diana Olick & Rick Santelli.
The Empire State building might become part of a publicly traded real estate firm, according to SEC filings.
House prices across the UK will fall by 5 percent next year, according to estate agents Knight Frank, although prime central London property will remain immune to the downturn as it is buoyed by international buyers.
For real estate, some economists say, an end to the seemingly endless decline in housing values might be in sight, the New York Times reports.