Commercial Real Estate
- CB Richard Ellis to market $2 billion in state buildings.
- Controversy changing how pension funds invest in real estate.
- Second non-TALF commercial mortgage bond sold.
- State hopes to woo developers, businesses with new database.
- Solar panels imperil firefighters.
- S.F. Water main rupture symptomatic of trillion-dollar national problem.
- Eyes on the street: Powell Street parking lane becomes trial sidewalk.
- Beloved Palace of Fine Arts moves into final phase of renovation.
- Examiner Editorial: More doomed attempts to gouge SF drivers.
- The cost behind a bright idea.
- Matier & Ross' latest article can be found, here.
- Willie Brown: Pelosi's vocal cords give out, Newsom's in gear.
- Ken Garcia: Toll hikes yield little for locals.
- A new spokesman for Newsom.
- Garbage contract might finish early.
- Retail numbers up, but Sonoma County consumers remain cautious.
- Dan Walters: California's cities feel budget pinch as well.
- Republican Tom Campbell insists "I'm in the governor's race".
- Cal's budget problem far from the worst.
- Poizner antes up $15 million for gov race.
- CA SOS: Ballot measure update as of December 10, 2009.
- Ballot intiative aims to end two-thirds budget vote rule.
- California budget: Almost like breaking even.
- Recession slows Californians' move to other states.
- Goldman Sachs: State and Local Update - The Drag Persists.
- Greenspan: Bernanke is out of bullets, now inflation is the big risk.
- Restaurant industry remains in the doldrums.
- Economic reports raise hopes for global recovery.
- Surprise! U.S. consumers are crawling back up the ropes.
- The TARPing of small business.
- Stores' dilemma: To deploy discounts now or hold the line.
- Forbes: Additional stimulus spending could do more harm than good.
- America’s job cuts could help boost its exports.
- Examiner Editorial: Bad economic times are good for bureaucrats.
- Cities look to foreign money for infrastructure financing.
- Lies, damn lies, and government statistics.
- Wall Street Journal versus New York Times: It is so on!
- Drug prices don't fall because Medicare isn't allowed to bargain.
- Recession for you; boom times for federal workers.
- Did NAFTA actually help Mexico?
- Congress can deal with jobs and deficit together.