Denver-based EdgeCore Internet Real Estate plans to build $1B data ...

Denver-based EdgeCore Internet Real Estate plans to build $1B data center campus in Richardson – Dallas Business Journal

Previous reporting by the Dallas Business Journal was confirmed Monday with news that EdgeCore Internet Real Estate plans to build a $1 billion data center in Richardson. According to the Dallas Morning News, EdgeCore wants to build a roughly 900,000-square-foot facility on 33 acres at Shiloh Road and the President George W. Bush Turnpike. Plans filed with the city of Richardson call for two office and data center buildings, each spanning 358,000 square feet. An electric substation will also be build on the site, the DMN added. The city will vote this week on the project submitted by the $2 billion company, which was founded by Mount Elbert Capital Partners,… Read More

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Retirement Strategy: Panic Can Derail Even The Best Retirement Investment Plan

Summary The markets keep going up, and investors are still doing well. Weak human behavior might work against dividend growth investing strategies when the next steep decline hits, and it will. Viewing the world of money in different ways might help you avoid panic selling. Photo Source We are all human, and human behavior is not rational at times, especially when it comes to money. Since I believe that investing is an emotional endeavor, I myself have had to fight back against behaviors that could have ruined my own plan for a secure financial future. It was and is never easy, and I slip up, even now, as a retired… Read More

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Ex-Trump Aide Sam Nunberg Says He’d Defy Subpoena in Russia Probe

WASHINGTON—A former Trump campaign aide said Monday he would refuse to testify before a grand jury impaneled by the special counsel investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election and wouldn’t provide documents related to senior Trump associates and campaign officials. Sam Nunberg, who served as a communications consultant to the Trump campaign in 2015 and as an informal adviser after that, said he had received a subpoena from Robert Mueller’s team of prosecutors for documents related to nearly a dozen campaign officials and other advisers. Those include President Donald Trump, former chief strategist Steve Bannon, outgoing White House communications director Hope Hicks, former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, Trump lawyer Michael… Read More

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Aspects They Always Care About

When you are going to make some deal with Denver realtor you must have to keep this in your mind that they will make a deal and will precede the deal if you will fulfill their looking aspects. If you will be able to fulfil some aspects then you can easily do that but if you don’t have that then your deal will proceed deliberately. But if you will not be able to do that than your deal may not be proceeding in that direction because maybe they will deal you but as per the demand and the requirements of the era they have to do that. They must have… Read More

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Meet the Models of Denver Fashion Week - 303 Magazine

Meet the Models of Denver Fashion Week

Of the 1,000 people who showed up, 240 models of different age, race, gender, shape and size were chosen. The first official Denver Fashion Week is one month away and with each passing day, anticipation builds and excitement grows. This year, DFW had almost 1,000 models come to casting for a chance to walk the DFW runway. Get to know some of them below and be sure to catch them on the DFW runway March 18-25. Name: Allison O’Neil Age: 22 Night: March 22, 23, 24, 25 Designer: Nuorikko Bridal / Paper Dress Katie O’Neil / Rita 303 Magazine: What made you decide to come to casting for Denver Fashion… Read More

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Ex-city leaders launch U.S. smart city consulting firm

The 1960s witnessed the birth of rock supergroups. And now the first smart city supergroup is launching featuring ex-rock stars of municipal U.S. government. An article on the State Scoop site reports on the formation of the CityFi consultancy by veteran leaders of such cities as Los Angeles, D.C. and Chicago. The consultancy aims to advise urban governments on the deployment of connected sensor technologies that are the bedrock of smart city initiatives. “We advise cities, corporations, foundations and startups, helping them make sense of our urbanizing world,” the consultancy said in an online posting last month. “CityFi believes that great cities come not from monolithic projects but rather emerge… Read More

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Thursday Thoughts – Fed Blowing Housing Bubble 2.0?

Summary Home prices have crossed over our 2007 bubble highs. High prices and higher interest rates are the perfect recipe for disaster. China is showing signs of slowing – also shades of 2007/8. Here we go again. As you can see from Naked Capitalism’s Case-Shiller Chart, those who forget the mistakes of the past are doomed to repeat them and we just passed the last "out of control" housing peak. As the Fed’s Neel Kashkari said about housing prices: "It is really hard to spot bubbles with any confidence before they burst. Everyone can recognize a bubble after it bursts, and then many people convince themselves that they saw it… Read More

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Ex-Kentucky judge enters plea deal in human trafficking case ...

Ex-Kentucky judge enters plea deal in human trafficking case

NEWPORT, Ky. – A former Kentucky judge has entered into a plea agreement in a human-trafficking case. Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear’s office said in a news release Friday that 71-year-old Timothy Nolan will be sentenced March 29. Prosecutors are recommending 20 years for the 21 counts. The release said the agreement also calls for Nolan to pay $110,000. Nolan is a former Campbell County District Court judge. The news release says the felony charges he pleaded to include human trafficking of adults, promoting human trafficking of minors and unlawful transaction with minors. Nolan’s lawyer told The Cincinnati Enquirer that Nolan would be eligible for parole in four years. Some… Read More

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Canada’s GWL Realty Advisors Buys Denver’s EverWest

Yet another connection between Canada and Denver was established Friday with the acquisition of Denver-based EverWest Real Estate Partners by GWL Realty Advisors, the real estate arm of Toronto-based insurance company Great-West Life. Together, the firms intend to build an international real estate presence starting with a combined CDN $14.5 billion in assets. The move is the first into U.S. real estate for GWL. It was all about culture, Paul Finkbeiner, the chief executive of GWL Real Estate Advisors, told CoStar News. “We find the people are a lot like us. We negotiate the same. We think the same. We just found culturally this was a good fit,” said Finkbeiner.… Read More

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President Trump Hints at Retaliation Against EU for Unfair Trade Policies

President Donald Trump extended his threats of action against America’s trading partners, this time hinting at major retaliation against the European Union for what he described as its “very unfair” trade policy toward the U.S. Mr. Trump has repeatedly complained about global trading arrangements that he says discriminate against the U.S. and has threatened steps that have fanned anxieties around the world about U.S. protectionism and the possibility it could set off a global trade war. His comments about the EU come days after he imposed steep tariffs on imports of solar panels and washing machines, a move aimed mainly at curbing imports from Asia. They were the first of… Read More

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