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On the flip side, more than 208,000 residents left the New York City metropolitan area last year. This was nearly twice as many as the second biggest loser, Los Angeles, which had a decline of nearly 110,000. Chicago fell by 85,000. Honolulu, San Jose, New York and Bridgeport, Conneticut, lost the highest shares of their residents to other parts of the country.In Chicago, New York and Los Angeles, the three areas with a triple-digit daily exodus, people are fleeing at a greater rate than just a few years earlier. Soaring home prices and high local taxes are pushing local residents out and scaring off potential movers from other parts of the country.Boise, Idaho, and Charleston, South Carolina, reported more than 10 times as many domestic net movers as international arrivals in their metro areas. In 2017, Boise gained 41 people per day and Charleston 28.Data on migration flows are essential for understanding localized growth for everything from employment, real estate trends, retail … [Read more...] about Dallas-Fort Worth leads all U.S. cities in people relocations, with 246 new residents a day
Graham Rapier, provided by Published 12:45 pm CST, Thursday, December 6, 2018 John Zimmer Lyft has begun the regulatory steps for an initial public offering, it said Thursday. While both Lyft and its competitor Uber are deeply unprofitable, one analyst says the economics look better for Lyft. Santosh Rao, of Manhattan Venture Partners, says Lyft could be worth more than $19 billion in the near term. Lyft on Thursday said it had confidentially filed a draft registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering that could come early next year. While the ride-hailing company is still much smaller than Uber, its earlier entry to the stock market ahead of other competing firms will give it a key advantage, according to a Wall Street analyst. "Lyft has the clear early-mover advantage, and they will definitely get the benefit of the doubt," Santosh Rao, the head of research at the merchant bank Manhattan Venture Partners, told … [Read more...] about Lyft has a ‘clear early-mover advantage’ in beating Uber to an IPO
There is plenty of compelling evidence that Amazon is looking very closely at the Washington, DC, area for its second headquarters project, called HQ2.Hints the company has dropped — both on purpose and inadvertently — are starting to add up.There are other reasons the company may want to place its headquarters in Washington.The race for Amazon's second headquarters is heating up, and Washington, DC, just might be in the lead.The evidence is now piling up that Amazon is looking seriously at the nation's capital for its HQ2 project. After all, it may be the only place large enough to capture the company's growing ambitions across multiple sectors with its high-profile colleges, sprawling transportation system, and high concentration of powerful people.Here are all of the reasons it's looking likely that Washington will be chosen for Amazon's HQ2:If you have any information about Amazon's HQ2 project, contact this reporter at [email protected] has joined DC's … [Read more...] about Evidence is piling up that Amazon will choose one US city for its HQ2
A Chinese startup that wants to rival Tesla is about to go public in New York. But the young company has a long way to go to catch up with Elon Musk. Like other high-profile Chinese companies that have gone public recently, Shanghai-based Nio (NIO) has had to scale back its ambitions for its IPO. It raised $1 billion from the offering, well short of the$1.8 billion target Nio had set. The stock was priced at $6.26 per share, just a cent above the bottom of the range Nio was hoping to achieve. The IPO valued the company at $6.4 billion. The company, which was founded only four years ago, is attempting to take on Tesla (TSLA) in China, the world's biggest electric vehicle market. Its ES8 electric SUV, which was unveiled last year, sells for about $65,000, or about half the price of the most basic version of Tesla's Model X in China. "They've got the first mover advantage," said Tu Le, founder of consulting firm Sino Auto Insights. "This is the first Chinese company that wants … [Read more...] about China’s wannabe ‘Tesla killer’ is about to go public in New York