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Mini launches limited Nightfall Edition hatch and convertible variants – CarAdvice

Mini Australia has joined the long list of manufacturers releasing blacked-out editions of popular models, adding two limited-run ‘Nightfall Edition’ variants t…

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Iconic SF skyscraper sells for the first time ever – SF Gate

Deutsche Finance America and New York developer Michael Shvo teamed up to buy the…

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San Francisco’s iconic Transamerica Pyramid sold for the first time in its nearly 50-year history Wednesday, with with Deutsche Finance America and New York developer Michael Shvo joining forces to purchase the tower and complex for $650 million.The sale of the 48-story skyscraper and the complex that covers an entire city block marks “the largest commercial transaction in the U.S. since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic,” Forbes reported.“We’re proud to take on ownership and management of the…

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Moderna Stock Jumps as Biotech Rakes in Revenue for Covid Vaccine – Barron’s

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efforts to develop the first Covid-19 vaccine led to a big jump in third-quarter research and development costs, as well as soaring revenue.The Cambridge, Mass.-based biotech company, which doesnt yet have a commercial product but is among the companies chasing approval for a coronavirus vaccine, reported third-quarter earnings Thursday morning. It had a loss of 59 cents a share on revenue of $157.9 million. Revenue, which was boosted mostly by grants for Covid vaccine development, was…

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Home Depot signs lease to take over 120,000-square-foot Bed Bath & Beyond space in New York City – CNBC

Home Depot is getting ready to bulk up its presence in Manhattan, taking over a space that is being vacated by Bed Bath & Beyond next year.

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Home Depot is getting ready to bulk up its presence in Manhattan next year, taking over a massive space that is being vacated by Bed Bath & Beyond.
The home improvement retailer has signed a lease for a Gazit Horizons-owned asset on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, at 410 E. 61st St., which spans more than 120,000 square feet over four floors.
Bed Bath & Beyond’s current lease expires in 2021. The deal by Home Depot marks one of the largest retail leases, by both size and total annual rent, on record…

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