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Retail august 26, 2013

Jack Daniel's Breaks Ground On First New Distillery Since Prohibition

Whiskey brand responds to rising demand with first new distillery in 80 years.

Work february 25, 2013

Google Unveils Plans For New Campus Complex

The company is expanding its current Silicon Valley complex with a 42-acre campus called Bayview.

Technology june 26, 2012

H&M Plans To Open US Online Store [Headlines]

The Swedish fashion brand will launch a U.S. web shopping portal this fall.

Home june 20, 2012

Airbnb Doubles Bookings In Just Six Months [Headlines]

The peer-to-peer home rental service has increased the number of listed properties by 200,000. The growth comes following the company's recent drive for European expansion.

Innovation february 17, 2012

Hertz Launches Car Sharing In Washington DC

The rental company expands into car sharing with 'Hertz on Demand,' offering a Zipcar-like service with extra benefits.

Work december 5, 2011

Visa To Start Doing Business In Rwanda [Headlines]

Rwandan central banks will now allow Visa to process transactions in the local currency.

december 1, 2011

LinkedIn Expands Global Reach [Headlines]

The social networking site is opening offices in Brazil, creating new communication channels in Portuguese, and encouraging growth in Spanish speaking countries.

october 19, 2011

Gap Closing Fifth Of U.S. Stores, Expanding In China [Headlines]

The clothing retailer claims to have over expanded in the U.S. market, seeks riches elsewhere.

Luxury october 7, 2011

Huaxi: The Village That Towers Above China [Headlines]

A 328-supertower will open in a communist model community of just 2,000.

Cities july 29, 2011

What If The Whole World Lived In New York? [Infographic]

What would the world look like if we packed into Texas? What about Texas and Louisiana?

july 18, 2011

Microsoft To Expand Retail Presence By 2014 [Headlines]

Microsoft plans to have 86 retail stores by 2014 including expansion overseas.

Sustainability march 5, 2010

Community Colleges Benefiting From The Depressed Real Estate Market

Community Colleges are taking advantage of the real estate market and buying vacant properties instead of building new ones.


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