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The Rebirth Of General Growth Properties
In November 2011, General Growth brought in a new CFO, Michael Berman, formerly of resort community REIT Equity LifeStyle Properties Inc. (NYSE: ELS) and Merrill Lynch, now a unit of Bank of America Corp. (NYSE: BAC). He replaced Steve Douglas, ...
GGP Malls Partner with to Celebrate Schools!
General Growth Properties, Inc. is a fully integrated, self-managed and self-administered real estate investment trust (REIT) focused on owning, managing, leasing and redeveloping regional malls throughout the United States and Brazil.
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GlaxoSmithKline pays US$3-billion to settle biggest healthcare fraud case in ...
Deputy U.S. Attorney General James Cole said at a news conference in Washington that the settlement �is unprecedented in both size and scope.
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Heart-attack rates vary widely among different ethnic groups, St. Paul's ...
�We're seeing that South Asians in general have about 50 per cent higher rates compared to whites,� says Dr. Nadia Khan, a St. Paul's internist and associate professor of medicine at the University of B.C.. South Asians younger than 55 have double the ...
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Target's hiring boom poised to roil Canada's retail market
Target Corp. and Wal-Mart Stores Inc. plan to hire tens of thousands of workers in Canada over the next two years, increasing pressure on domestic retailers from Sears Canada Inc. to Canadian Tire Corp Ltd. Target, the ... In Canada, the general ...
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Canada's retail sales increase slightly in May
�Income growth is modest at best, and confidence is a bit erratic. And, of course, households are burdened with record levels of debt and it seems whatever shopping people do, a lot of it is going south of the border these days.
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'I do believe I went to heaven'
The deadly virus could have come from virtually anywhere: her husband's kiss, a shopping cart's handle, the cough of a stranger.
Nexen bid part of China's plan to become resources powerhouse
China is taking a historic step toward its ambition to become a global resources powerhouse with a $15.1-billion (U.S.) bid to buy Calgary-based oil producer Nexen Inc. The bid by state-backed CNOOC Ltd. is the largest by a Chinese firm for a foreign ...
Jack Mintz: Limit state takeovers  Financial Post
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William Watson: The globavore's revenge
Thank goodness for the drought! Not really. We don't wish a drought on anyone, especially with many people in the world still not getting enough to eat.
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Pok�mon Conquest Review: Strange, but fun
In general, battles are slow paced, and watching your opponent move their Pok�mon around the game board becomes boring after a while.
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