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Leon Black had hardly chosen the easiest moment in American history to try to start a bank. It was 2010, the year when more financial institutions failed than at any time since the US savings and loans crisis of the 1990s. Yet amid the upheaval,...

Polestar is a separate brand from its parent Volvo, but the 2021 Polestar 2 electric vehicle makes it Orrefors crystal clear that Polestar intends to offer customers the same elevated level of safety for which the venerable...

Award-winning architect Lauren Rottet in the Presidential Suite of the Surrey Hotel in New York. EDOUARD ZAK PHOTOGRAPHY One of the...

Can we design cities that heal? We talk with an architect and urban planner about how to change the brick-and-mortar world for better human health.GuestsMichael Murphy, founding principal and executive director of MASS Design Group, an architecture and design. (@MASSDesignLab)Ken Greenberg, principal of Greenberg Consultants....

anchor Photo of ZHA’s Beijing Daxing International Airport. Photo © Hufton + Crow. Information stolen from the servers of Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) is being held at ransom by computer hackers.  The Architect’s Journal reports that the 348-person, London-based practice has been ensnared by a ransomware attack that...

As of this writing, our world is battling a global pandemic of unprecedented proportion.  Already many articles have been written about the applicability of the force majeure lease clause and other potential escape hatches for each party. The outcomes of these disputes may be resolved...