Aussie firm QIC buys 51% of Ridge Hill in Westchester
Forest City Realty Trust announced a previously disclosed joint venture with QIC, one of the largest institutional investment managers in Australia. Under the deal, QIC acquired 51 percent equity ownership of Westchester's Ridge Hill, a 1.3 million …
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Local company partners with NASA's drone program
ETV is an innovative local company that focuses on establishing strategic relationships and joint ventures with the highly innovative small business community of autonomous and unmanned systems technology startups. In addition to the company's …
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Qualcomm: The Looming Alliance With Google
It was only last month when I speculated that Qualcomm's (NASDAQ:QCOM) server joint venture in China could pave the way for similar joint ventures with major Cloud service providers such as Alphabet's Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and …
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