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Cushman & Wakefield Acquires NAI Long Island
Cushman & Wakefield Announces Public Offering Of 10 Million Ordinary Shares At A Price Of $18.35/Share
Cushman & Wakefield Files For Potential Stock Shelf, Size Not Disclosed
Cushman & Wakefield plc, formerly Cushman & Wakefield Limited, is a commercial real estate service provider. The Company’s service line includes property, facilities and project management; leasing; capital markets and valuation. The Company operates through three segments: Americas; Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), and Asia Pacific (APAC). The Americas consists of operations located in the United States, Canada and Latin America. EMEA includes operations in the United Kingdom, France, Netherlands and other markets in Europe and the Middle East. APAC includes operations in Australia, Singapore, China and other markets in the Asia Pacific region.
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125 Old Broad Street
Brett W. White
Executive Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
Duncan J. Palmer
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
Chief Human Resource Officer, Executive Vice President
Nathaniel B. Robinson
Executive Vice President — Strategic Planning and Chief Investment Officer
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WEEKLY TOTAL $10.56bn – IPO $85m – ABB/BLOCK $6.05bn – FOLLOW-ON $2.03bn – CB $2.40bn Monday
Buyout group EQT <EQTAB.ST> is starting preparations for the sale of facilities manager Apleona, a former unit of industrial services group Bilfinger <GBFG.DE>, people close to the matter said.
Buyout group EQT is starting preparations for a sale of facility manager Apleona, a former unit of industrial services group Bilfinger, people close to the matter said.
A boom on Wall Street and a thriving technology sector have pushed the unemployment rate in Manhattan to record lows and propelled office leasing activity to its best first six months of a year in a quarter century, brokerage data shows.
Online retailers racing to build warehouses in central Europe are propelling the region's real estate market to new heights and Asian investors on the hunt for higher yields are getting in on the act.
The firm that sold Chelsea Market to Google for $2.4 billion has joined three large brokerages, among others, to back software designed to meet the growing demands of a millennial workforce that is changing how office space is leased and managed.
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