Austin City Council members offered more than two dozen amendments to a soccer stadium agreement in North Austin, ranging from rent hikes to youth soccer commitments, transit spending to LEED certification. Some were described as “poison pills” intended to sink the deal.
A high-level UCSF employee who helped map out university building projects and awarded contracts was paid by a Berkeley contractor to steer work toward the company, the University of California alleged in a lawsuit filed late Friday.
The civil suit in Alameda County Superior Court claims that Juan Martin, who was a fire marshal and deputy building inspector for the University of California, San Francisco, was paid an unspecified amount of money by ISI Inspection Services Inc. and his family was…
Sleep Number Corp. is opening one of its new concept mattress stores in Manhattan this week.
Minneapolis-based Sleep Number (Nasdaq: SNBR) said the new location, in a historic building at 136 Fifth Ave. in the city's Flatiron District, contains a few more technological innovations than your typical mattress store.
It's one of dozens of new stores the company is opening nationwide to boost its profile as new competition presses into the mattress market.
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