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Report highlights ambitions for a sustainable future through Building a Better Tomorrow program
Mihir Shah and Yishai Lerner head new business to extend JLL's proptech expertise
Reinforces strong financial profile with the Euro-denominated issuance of 1.96% notes due 2027 and 2.21% notes due 2029
"Workplace Powered by Human Experience" report from JLL analyzes drivers of employee engagement and company success
Prestigious 2017 list recognizes firm's revenue growth over last year
Program expected to deliver service improvements and cost savings for taxpayers
Mainland developers have already set records for raw land in Hong Kong and are buying plots at new highs in Singapore. Where's next?
Retailers can stretch their dollars in Philadelphia, Chicago and Seattle, according to JLL report
Among the most sought-after companies by jobseekers and professionals
Hong Kong developer Henderson Land outbid eight rivals, and for once outspent mainland competitors, in landing the first significant office plot in Central in two decades.
JLL completes $854.5M sale of national office and industrial portfolios; secures $475.5M in financing
Hong Kong's record-breaking property market is at levels that are virtually triple the lows seen during the Lehman bust. Mainland property companies still think they're a bargain.
Rising wages and a push to spur consumption have made China less attractive as a production site. Manufacturers are looking South and East as a result, as investors should note.
Innovative outlook guides companies to thrive through the new world of work
Japanese big business is terrified of losing its competitive edge in Europe.
Former Executive Director of the Denver Office of Economic Development Will Work in Partnership with Barry Dorfman, JLL President of the Rocky Mountain Region
For some athletes, the biggest paycheck comes when they have their aha! business idea, whether that's pre- or post-retirement.
Japan's hospitality industry was once a no-go area for investors. But interest has skyrocketed heading toward the Games.
JLL Represents the West Coast-Based Furniture Retailer
JLL Retail represented the chocolatier in its entry into the United States
Hong Kong's retail sales are horrible, down double digits in a year.