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Pope Francis has taken another shot at wall-building politicians, telling thousands of Catholics in Panama gathered for World Youth Day that “builders of walls sow fear” and “divide people.”
CNN.com – RSS Channel – World
Pope Francis takes another shot at wall-building politicians, telling thousands of Catholics in Panama gathered for World Youth Day that “builders of walls sow fear” and “divide people.”
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As the housing market has downshifted, more builders are offering sweeteners to close the deal.
Companies large and small are paying closing costs, buying down mortgage rates and trimming square footage to offer a cheaper abode. Some are countering the high cost of a mortgage with a more direct…
Starting in 2020, all new homes in California must come with solar panels. Builders are getting readyDecember 16, 2018 | dailybusinessnews
When Irvine-based City Ventures started sticking solar panels on all of its homes six years ago, the builder emerged as a front-runner in the race toward energy-efficient home building. Soon it will be joined on the track by every developer in California.
Starting in 2020, California will become…
Superstitious construction workers have placed a small statue of Philadelphia’s founder atop the city’s newest skyscraper in an effort to save the NFL-leading Philadelphia Eagles from a fabled jinx, the AP reports. According to Philly.com, the William Penn figurine was affixed to the Comcast tower’s highest beam Monday after…
Gravel is cheap to buy, but expensive to move. So why are new L.A. high-rises and the new Rams stadium using gravel shipped all the way from Canada?
L.A. Times – Business
The U.S. home-building industry, which relies heavily on immigrant labor, could face significant challenges under stricter immigration enforcement rules outlined during President Donald Trump’s first week in office.
WSJ.com: US Business
Yorba Linda business owner Jeffrey Barman has vowed that the state’s endless drought won’t mark the end of his company, California Waters.
Barman, co-owner Mark Pitman and some 45 employees design, install and repair decorative fountains and other water features, including a $ 3-million interactive…
Southern California home builders Standard Pacific Corp. and Ryland Group have agreed to merge in a stock transaction, creating a company that would have an equity market capitalization of about $ 5.2 billion and would operate in 17 states.
L.A. Times – Business