LE VEAU D’OR A UNE PATTE CASSÉE ;o)) + i muito mas

Bâtis sur des cendres, tout cela finira en cendres.

Vanité !

La banque, J.P. Morgan (ou gi pi morganne) à un GRAVE PROBLÈME DE CAISSE.

The bank would relocate about 4,000 employees, most of the people who work in the 60-story skyscraper, to other New York locations, said Brian Marchiony, a spokesman. JPMorgan occupies about half of the space in 2.2 million-square-foot (204,000-square-meter) building, according to CoStar Group Inc. (CSGP), a Washington-based firm that follows office leasing.

An offering of the tower, a city landmark designed by architect Gordon Bunshaft, would test the downtown office market. Shrinking financial companies have left lower Manhattan landlords with at least 6.3 million square feet of space to fill, according to data from brokerage Newmark Knight Frank Grubb. The tower may achieve its highest value as a mixed-use property, with a hotel, additional retail or apartments added, said Dan Fasulo, managing director of Real Capital Analytics Inc., a New York-based research firm that tracks commercial real estate sales.

“You could do a department store in the base,” he said. “It’s a very exciting potential mixed-use opportunity, in my mind. I think the market will receive it very well.”

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-08-16/jpmorgan-marketing-downtown-s-1-chase-manhattan-plaza.html

Cela va pas fort dans la presse non plus :  Le Boston Globe vendu avec 93% de pertes.

New York Times sells Boston Globe for 93 percent loss

BOSTON — Businessman John Henry, the principal owner of the Boston Red Sox, has entered into an agreement to buy The Boston Globe for $70 million, a massive drop from its record $1.1 billion price two decades ago.

The impending purchase from The New York Times Co. marks Henry’s « first foray into the financially unsettled world of the news media, » the Globe said Saturday. The deal will give Henry the 141-year-old newspaper, its websites and affiliated companies, it said.

The Times announced in February it was putting the Globe and related assets up for sale four years after calling off a previous attempt to sell it. The company’s CEO said at the time selling the Globe would help the company focus attention on The New York Times brand.

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/business/new_york_times_sells_boston_globe_8pziM8qnFjU4EPvMOtAPzJ

Addendum 2017 ;o) Ou cette vidéo là

2017


state buone si potete


chanson de Mr Angélo BRANDUARDI



Une très belle phrase musicale !


 

 


S.  CARVAJAL

Management Stratégique Industriel

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