Thursday, April 9, 2009

The Morning News Links - April 9, 2009

    • Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities (CMBS) outlook shows that the worst may not be over.
    • Union representing City of San Francisco workers is asked to make concessions in light of the budget deficit.
    • A myriad of vacant office space is available in San Francisco right now due to, you guessed it, the bad economy. The good news? You can get office space on the cheap (rents are down 24% from one year ago). Click here or here for the story.
    • Editorial: The city should enable job creation in downtown San Francisco. Click here to read all about it; click here for the SPUR report on the subject.
    • California Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O'Connell is exploring a gubernatorial run.
    • And you'll never guess (pun intended) who else is running for governor.
    • Tom Campbell is not your run-of-the-mill candidate for governor.
    • Thomas L. Friedman's view of a carbon cap-and-trade system.

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