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Jerod Mayo gets new deal

Patriots linebacker Jerod Mayo restructured his contract yesterday to a 1-year, 4.5 million dollar deal with a 1.5 million bonus. Mayo, a 2-time all star, only played a handful of games over the past two seasons but is a proven leader on the field and the locker room. 15 more words

A Couple of Nock Co. Goodies: The DotDash Pocket Notebook and Notecards

Who doesn’t love comfort food— those homey, no-frills dishes that can lift you up after a crummy day. Fork-tender pot roast, piping hot macaroni and cheese, a steaming bowl of chili— these dishes conjure up grandma’s kitchen, where everything was made with care, from the best ingredients. 470 more words


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Hightower Joins With Floored to Provide 3-D Property Tours

Hightower, a leader in commercial leasing process digitization, has teamed up with Floored, an interactive 3-D property visualization company, Commercial Observer has exclusively learned. By integrating Floored’s technology into the Hightower platform, potential tenants and brokers will be able to take virtual tours of a property. 423 more words

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Review: The Mentalist

Well, the Mentalist just finished its seven-year run and the two-hour finale was great. It had everything: tension, drama, laughter and many touching moments. 237 more words


Good Debt, Bad Debt: It's Mostly Bad For You

After six years, the era of deleveraging household debt is over, according to the Federal Reserve Bank.

Since the fiscal crisis, Americans have reduced their household debt by $1 trillion, from $12.7 trillion in the third quarter of 2008 to $11.7 trillion in the third quarter of 2014. 734 more words


Hightower & Mighty: Real Estate Leasing Catches up with the 21st Century

While new technology is constantly transforming existing industries, certain sectors are just a little less eager and slower to adapt than others.

In the real estate industry, some property managers were long resistant to change, even though their jobs revolve around keeping track of intricate data, such as lease dates, vacancies and leasable square footage. 1,178 more words

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