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Lift for Landlords
An essential pricing tool in the hotel, airline and rental car industries for years, revenue management software has yet to gain widespread acceptance
To Goodwill
Amid a sluggish economy and battered consumer confidence, marketing directors at shopping centers across the country are reaching out to consumers, tugging
Automated Garages Help Solve Urban Parking Needs
In cities across the country, as high-density residential, retail and office developments pop up to meet consumers’ demand for an urban lifestyle, developers have found parking in short supply, since available land is scarce and expensive.
‘Hotel in a Box’ Helps Intercontinental Install New Technology as Industry Improves Systems Integration
Two of the world’s largest hotel chains hope to take some of the headaches out of high tech.
A Personal Shopper
At the intersection of Cornwell Drive and Maple Avenue in the southern New Jersey town of Bridgeton
Real Estate Deal-Makers Bank on Networking Sites
Millions of teens flock to Web sites like MySpace to chat with friends and share their lives with the world.
Cash In Political
High-end men's clothing shop Heime's Haberdashery soon will be stocking up on white and blue dress shirts, ties and dress shoes. It's not because the
Top Gun
During a Colorado skiing vacation in March, retail broker Glen Kunofsky went out of his way twice with wife and twin children in tow to check out the
Convention Hosts Aim to Capital
Denver merchant Vicki Raichart is perplexed. With just three months until the Democratic National Convention, Raichart is unsure how to prepare for the
Conceptual Thinking
By 2006, the stores in the ShopKo retail chain were showing their age and their wrinkles. The red, white and blue color scheme looked outdated. Interiors
Crossing the T's, and Dotting the I's
Following the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the subsequent economic slowdown, Leslie Mayer reevaluated her business. For more than 14 years, Mayer had operated
Apartment Sector Quarrels with FCC Over Services
The multifamily housing business and the Federal Communications Commission are engaged in a fierce tug-of-war over how cable TV and telephone services are delivered to apartment complexes.
ARGUS Woos Japanese Firm with Real Estate Technology Expertise
A Houston software company is laying the groundwork to roll out Japanese technology that executives say could shake up the worldwide commercial real estate industry.
Town Centers on the Rise in Southern Virginia
Nestled along the Virginia waterfront between the Atlantic Ocean and the Chesapeake Bay is a region known as Hampton Roads. There, in a handful of cities
New Software Minimizes Spreadsheet Chaos
A rising number of real estate companies that suffer from “spreadsheet overload” are installing souped-up software to shore up data security and flexibility. Scott Metro, a partner in the Real Estate Systems and Process Assurance unit at professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers
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