Large corporate innovation requires overall commitment, discipline, workflow process improvement and above all other things -- a willingness to take risks and fail. The more fluid the concept, the less likely corporate cultures are to embrace them.
With 50% of smartphone apps in the Apple App Store not even downloaded once, and with multinational corporations spending
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Midwest and East Coast cities -- like Detroit, Cleveland and Pittsburgh -- are some of the easiest places to save for a down payment on a house, according to a new report from real estate company Trulia.
You don't have to spend a mint to make your home a happier, more enjoyable place. Homeowners often put off making home improvements thinking it will either cost a small fortune, or wait until it's time to sell. Fortunately, neither need be the case!
On the basketball court, instant replays may make the call, but in the real estate arena, there are no rules. And when it comes to professional ballers LeBron James and Stephen Curry, it's not just an all-out battle in the NBA Finals -- it's also a war for the real estate crown.
Yes, by all means, let's talk about inequality of opportunity for our kids because that's where it all starts. But let's also remember that those kids grow up, and when they do, it doesn't get easier. The scars of childhood last a lifetime.
If you're truly looking for a luxury home, there are certain cities where you'll need to act more quickly, according to a
Is sharing "caring" or just really stealing?
Although home prices are rising faster in urban neighborhoods, population is growing faster in suburban neighborhoods. Consumer preferences and the aging of the population are tailwinds for suburban growth; so are falling oil prices if they stay low long-term.
All five measures of the Housing Barometer improved over the past year. The indicator that the recovery now most depends on--young-adult employment--made the largest leap, but is still not quite halfway back to normal.
Relative to fundamentals, home prices nationally looked 2% undervalued in the fourth quarter of 2014. Home prices in 70 of the 100 largest metros are less than 10% over- or undervalued.
Now that your home is ready to sell, opening it to the public for showings poses a few risks. While the idea of theft shouldn't be your main worry come open house day, you don't want to tempt people either.