Apartment builder SRM buys Knights of Columbus property on Capitol Hill

Apartment builder SRM buys Knights of Columbus property on Capitol Hill

The property was marketed to around a dozen prospects with all groups making offers.

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Apartment builder SRM buys Knights of Columbus property on Capitol Hill

Oregon AG seeks info on separated families as heat on Trump grows

Oregon AG seeks info on separated families as heat on Trump grows

Oregon’s Attorney General wants to know if any state residents are affected by the Trump administration’s decision to separate families at the border. Ellen Rosenblum also encouraged those who know of children who have been separated at the border to contact her office. The topic is raging nationally as nearly 2,000 children were separated from their families over a six-week period in April and May. The move came after Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced a new “zero-tolerance” policy…

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Starbucks to close 150 stores in the U.S. next year

Starbucks to close 150 stores in the U.S. next year

Starbucks has been facing stagnating comparative store sales and now plans to close more underperforming stores.

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Starbucks to close 150 stores in the U.S. next year

‘Mad Money’ warning hits high-flying IPO stocks, including Zuora, Carbon Black

‘Mad Money’ warning hits high-flying IPO stocks, including Zuora, Carbon Black

Jim Cramer, the rambunctious host of CNBC’s “Mad Money,” took aim at five high-flying tech IPO stocks on Monday, sending shares of two of them tanking on Tuesday. San Mateo-based subscription management software company Zuora Inc. and Massachusetts-based cybersecurity business Carbon Black Inc. both took double-digit stock hits on Tuesday as the overall market indices slid slightly. Two of the other targets of Cramer’s warning — San Jose-based cloud security company Zscaler Inc. and San Francisco-based…

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Windermere’s 2018 waterfront homes tour ranges from $449K to $16.8 million (Photos)

Windermere’s 2018 waterfront homes tour ranges from $449K to $16.8 million (Photos)

Who doesn’t dream of owning waterfront property? Windermere Real Estates has lined up a two-day tour of homes June 23 and 24 throughout Western Washington, including about 70 homes from Lake Sammamish to the San Juan Islands, priced between $449,000 and $16.8 million. It’s Windermere’s fourth-annual tour, and as in years past, thousands of people are expected to take part by boat, car, bicycle and some even by float plane. The $449,000 home is a two-bedroom beachfront cottage in Port Townsend…

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Windermere’s 2018 waterfront homes tour ranges from $449K to $16.8 million (Photos)