President Donald Trump’s reelection aides have decided on a campaign structure with three main offices split between New York City and the Washington area. The campaign will again be headquartered at Trump Tower, according to two senior advisers to the president. But this time, the campaign will have a pair of satellite offices — one at the Republican National Committee’s building on Capitol Hill and another in nearby Rosslyn, Virginia.Story Continued Below RNC staffers and Trump campaign staffers will share office space at the Capitol Hill and Rosslyn locations. The plan, which was designed by Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale and RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, is aimed at developing a streamlined campaign operation. It's also geared toward fostering collaboration between aides to Trump and the RNC and avoiding the infighting between the two sides that occurred in 2016. After Trump secured the GOP nomination that year, his team sometimes clashed with the national … [Read more...] about Trump to split reelection campaign between New York and D.C.
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President Donald Trump participated in dubious tax schemes during the 1990s, including instances of outright fraud, that greatly increased the fortune he received from his parents, an investigation by the New York Times has found. Trump won the presidency proclaiming himself a self-made billionaire, and he has long insisted that his father, legendary New York City builder Fred C. Trump, provided almost no financial help. But the Times’ investigation, based on a vast trove of confidential tax returns and financial records, reveals that Trump received the equivalent today of at least $413 million from his father’s real estate empire, starting when he was a toddler and continuing to this day. Much of this money came to Trump because he helped his parents dodge taxes. He and his siblings set up a sham corporation to disguise millions of dollars in gifts from their parents, records and interviews show. Records indicate that Trump helped his father take improper tax deductions … [Read more...] about New York Times: Trump engaged in suspect tax schemes, reaping riches from father
Dive Brief: Growing demand for healthcare services could spur a shortage of medical office space in some U.S. markets, a new report by commercial real estate firm Transwestern warns. Current projections anticipate an additional 150,000 new healthcare workers over the next two years, with a subsequent need for more office space. Transwestern puts that need at somewhere between 150.5 million and 225.8 million square feet nationwide by the end of next year. The situation could be a plus for telemedicine and digital health sectors as providers look for alternative care delivery options to meet patient needs. Dive Insight: Fueling a potential office shortfall is an aging population in need of more healthcare services, necessitating additional clinicians and more office space. The share of Americans 65 and older is expected to hit 17% by 2020, growing at an annual rate of 3.5% or 14% faster than those under age 65. Healthcare spend is rising 5.2% a year, with older … [Read more...] about Aging population fueling squeeze in medical office space
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Adam Vaccaro Globe Staff August 10, 2018 Don’t expect Boston to follow New York City’s aggressive clamp-down on Uber and Lyft.The New York City Council on Wednesday passed a series of reforms to slow the fast-growing ride-hail industry, highlighted by a one-year freeze in licensing new cars in the city. The plan, which came over the loud objections of the industry leaders, was pitched as a way to limit their impact on urban congestion — a trend that studies show is also happening in Boston.But the new rules probably aren’t replicable in other cities. New York is unique in the country for the power it has over the ride-hail industry, with the city’s taxi commission directly overseeing it. Drivers are required to obtain commercial permits, a more burdensome requirement than other states. Advertisement Boston Mayor Martin J. … [Read more...] about New York is limiting Uber drivers. Boston’ won’t. Here’s why
JC Reindl Detroit Free Press Published 12:00 p.m. UTC Jul 20, 2018 If the recent rebound in Detroit's office space market has put some suburban landlords on the defensive, then the golden towers of Southfield Town Center could be the front line in this regional battle for office tenants. The property's New York-based owner has been pumping $56 million into adding amenities and sprucing up the lobbies, corridors, meeting spaces and the greenery-filled atrium inside the string of four towers and a low-rise building that make up the second largest office and hotel complex in Michigan after the Renaissance Center. Those upgrades, which also added food trucks, installed Zagster bicycle-share stations and tore out carpeting and generic drop ceilings for tenants wanting a more "unfinished" look, have been helping the gargantuan 2.2 million-square-foot … [Read more...] about Suburbs strain to compete with pricier Detroit office space market