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A Fort Myers company has bought a 62-room hotel off Clark Road for $2.5 million, a 23 percent discount from its boom-time price. Shree Sainath Hospitality LLC, managed by Pratima Patel, bought the Days Inn at 5774 Clark Road near Interstate 75 from a
US support for the Muslim Brotherhood appears to have been cemented on its leanings towards the interests of private capital. This will not serve millions of poor Egyptians, writes Ayman El-Amir The wealth of nations changes hands in times of turmoil
Special for The Republic Four-time Paralympic gold-medal winner Tony Volpentest, who was born without hands or feet, gives an exclusive interview to The Arizona Republic about his star-studded racing career, his involvement in the 2012 Olympics and
The Republic azcentral.com Independent booksellers have been fighting to survive since the advent of the superstores like Barnes & Noble. But as the rising popularity of e-books is shaking up the industry once again, the indies have a new weapon in
The Monte Carlo Club at 15th and S streets is in escrow to be sold to owners of the Pine Cove Tavern , confirms Monte Carlo owner Ed Guastalli , His grandfather, also named Ed, opened the place in 1937, a few years after the repeal of Prohibition.
The business of stock trading in Canada has shifted from roaring to boring in a matter of months, and no one is quite sure why. What is certain is that for the first time in five years, the amount of stock changing hands in Canada is steadily
Galadari Hotels, Hayleys Plc and HVA Foods dominated turnover in value for the week, accounting for 39.60% of aggregate turnover value. Turnover for the week saw a substantial increase in value from last week (LKR 6498.01mn) representing a W-o-W gain
As we wrap up the eighth annual Film Independent Forum , I'm struck by the amount of discussion about the economics of independent film lately, and the widely divergent perceptions of where we are right now. Some people point to a good sales year at
Bears continued to control Kuwait Stock Exchange in the third quarter of 2011, with several factors affecting the investors' sentiments. Worries were manifold ranging from concern over political events to the crisis in international economies
The Arizona Republic This summer's closure of bookselling giant Borders may have left a hole for West Valley book lovers, but independent bookstore owners don't expect to fill that with new stores or even much of a renaissance for existing ones.