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Amazon’s fulfillment center on Route 27 in Edison, New Jersey, has more than 2,500 full-time employees. Amazon has invested more than $4 billion in the Garden State, and employs 16,000 people at its facilities. Photo Credit: Linda Moss for CoStar Group Inc. Across the United States, officials from the 20 regions that are
Fiserv plans to sign a lease for multiple floors at The Offices One at 6160 Warren Parkway in Frisco, Texas, according to the company. Fiserv, a provider of online banking and mobile payment services...
Nicole Urquhart-Bradley argues she was subjected to unequal treatment and a hostile work environment before she was fired by Cushman & Wakefield in January. Nicole Urquhart-Bradley, former president...
Retailers are working to take advantage of market opportunities created by the closing of Toys R Us stores. Retailers are opening pop-up shops, planning new stores and devoting more shelf space...
Werner Dietl, left, succeeds Mark Renzoni as chief executive of CBRE's Canadian operations in 2019. CBRE Canada will have a new chief executive to begin 2019, with the current head of Canadian...
When TF Living wanted to expand to Washington, D.C., the company that helps property owners and landlords provide tenants with services such as fitness classes, dog walking and other amenities found...
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