The airline, which started operations in India in 2005, will start a daily service between New Delhi and Chicago in December. This will be followed by a daily between Bengaluru and San Francisco in Spring 2021, or sometime between March 20 and June 20, 2021. … [Read more...] about United Airlines to connect Delhi-Chicago, Bengaluru-San Francisco with new flights
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That sentiment echoes what we’ve already heard from some companies: that the U.S.’s economic nosedive has introduced incredible real estate opportunities. Chipotle CEO Brian Niccol told us that, despite Chipotle’s revenue being down by 5% since 2019, it’s an ideal time to expand, and the company’s dependable reputation makes it an enticing client to landlords. Niccol suggested that you will soon see Chipotles in higher-end locations than you would have thought possible, as the company plans to seize an uncertain market to make lemonade out of lemons. … [Read more...] about Ikea and Ingka Centres’ $260 million bet to rehab a mall in downtown San Francisco
Fires have been burning in California for weeks, and a new heat wave and strong winds over Labor Day weekend sparked several more across the state and in Oregon. With those fires has come intense, thick smoke affecting the region’s air quality (San Francisco has had 23 straight days of warnings about bad air), but the amount of smoke in the sky on September 9 reached a new level, blocking the sun and creating a disturbing orange-hued world. … [Read more...] about Look at the West Coast’s apocalyptic hell sky
In normal times, owners of large office buildings would typically not entertain a one- or two-year lease extension for a large tenant, said Franklin Wallach, senior managing director of the New York Research Group at Colliers. “They see that new leasing activity has dropped off while the amount of sublet space coming into the market is on the rise, so the average landlord wants to keep the tenant in the building.” … [Read more...] about COVID-19 | Manhattan’s office buildings are empty. But for how long?
As a serial tech founder and former elite gymnast, I’ve faced a number of bad breaks, whether it be a season-ending injury or a crucial financing that fell through. These setbacks were often quite painful and demoralizing, and they were a struggle to resolve. As I’ve encountered more and more of them over my career, I’ve developed a personal toolkit of resilience strategies that I take pride in and have come to rely on. Part of me almost relishes the challenge of hardship—though I also recognize that pursuing entrepreneurship or athletics is a choice, while dealing with a pandemic is not. … [Read more...] about Stop thinking of resilience as a trait. It’s more than that