Several unique factors, topped off by the enduring trend to working from home and an exodus of companies.
Running a restaurant is tough even during the Good Times. But the strain put on restaurants now was beyond imagination not long ago.
“Physical occupancy” rate (tenants living in the apartment) v. “economic occupancy” rate (tenants actually paying rent).
From fake “office shortage” to historic glut in no time.
Americans are watching more movies than ever, but they’re watching at home. The studios are on board in a big way.
Weirdest Economy Ever, as 20 million people still claim unemployment benefits.
Wall Street loves conglomerates that are oligopolies or, better, monopolies — companies with a “wide and long-lasting moat,” as Buffett said.
You guessed it: For over half of it, taxpayers are on the hook. Time to take a look.
“Unprecedented space across the West End”: REIT Shaftesbury PLC grapples with a new reality.
And we coined “Management by Zooming Around.” Which is what Oracle’s Larry Ellison is doing.