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Store Capital: 3Q Earnings Snapshot
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Store Capital: 3Q Earnings Snapshot

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Store Capital Corp. (STOR) on Thursday reported a key measure of profitability in its third quarter. The results topped Wall...

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Online thrift stores give deal-hunters new ways to score
News 2 months ago
Online thrift stores give deal-hunters new ways to score

NEW YORK - It's not just eBay anymore. A slew of websites and apps act as virtual thrift stores for vintage devotees, deal hunters and those just...

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Congress eyes protections near historical park in New Mexico
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Congress eyes protections near historical park in New Mexico

ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. - Walls of stacked stone jut up from the canyon floor, some perfectly aligned with the seasonal movements of the sun and moon....

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Container Store: Fiscal 2Q Earnings Snapshot
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Container Store: Fiscal 2Q Earnings Snapshot

COPPELL, Texas — The Container Store Group Inc. (TCS) on Tuesday reported fiscal second-quarter earnings of $3.6 million. On a per-share basis, the...

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Appeals court hears dispute over pipeline compressor station
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Appeals court hears dispute over pipeline compressor station

RICHMOND, Va. - Lawyers for opponents of a natural gas compressor station proposed in a historic African American community in Virginia told a...

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Prologis to acquire Liberty Property in $12.6B stock deal
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Prologis to acquire Liberty Property in $12.6B stock deal

SAN FRANCISCO - Shares in Liberty Property Trust jumped 17% after the company announced it was being acquired by Prologis in a deal the commercial...

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Multi-use center in Northeast Heights nears completion
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Multi-use center in Northeast Heights nears completion

The Bridges on Tramway mixed-use project, at Candelaria and Tramway NE. The project is converting the former home of Hastings to a collection of...

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Warehouse 21 leaving Santa Fe Railyard, exploring options
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Warehouse 21 leaving Santa Fe Railyard, exploring options

Warehouse 21, the teen arts center which has occupied a building in Santa Fe’s city-owned Railyard for 23 years, is leaving the space, the city...

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AG’s office pays $265K to settle records suit
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AG’s office pays $265K to settle records suit

Marcy BrittonThe state Attorney General’s Office has settled a long-standing lawsuit with an animal welfare activist for $265,000. The settlement,...

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Opportunity Zones in Sandoval County now
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Opportunity Zones in Sandoval County now

Dora Dominguez is Director of Economic Development for Sandoval County. (Stephen Montoya/ Rio Rancho Observer) BERNALILLO — Sandoval County has two...

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California tribe regains island it calls center of universe
News 2 months ago
California tribe regains island it calls center of universe

Indian Island off the coast of Northern California was the site of a massacre, a place that was contaminated by a shipyard and flush with invasive...

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New Mexico, Texas oil and gas revenues continue spike amid boom in the Permian Basin
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New Mexico, Texas oil and gas revenues continue spike amid boom in the Permian Basin

A pumpjack in front of an oil rig in the oil fields south of Artesia. (Greg Sorber/Journal) Jobs supported and revenue generated on public lands...

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SF housing, live-work space, retail drew international architects
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SF housing, live-work space, retail drew international architects

Stephanie Sandston, second from right, walks away from two homes she designed in the Baca Street portion of the Santa Fe Railyard development...

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Vatican denies risk of default over structural deficit
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Vatican denies risk of default over structural deficit

VATICAN CITY — A top Vatican administrator is denying the Holy See risks default over its structural deficit, saying claims in a new book about...

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WeWork co-founder pushed aside in reported SoftBank takeover
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WeWork co-founder pushed aside in reported SoftBank takeover

NEW YORK - WeWork is reportedly accepting a financial rescue package that hands control of the company to its top investor and pushes aside co...

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Input sought on proposed trapping rule changes
News 3 months ago
Input sought on proposed trapping rule changes

Wildlife traps and snares on public lands in New Mexico continue to spark debate, and the public will have the chance to comment on proposed...

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Macy's to stop selling real fur by end of fiscal year 2020
News 3 months ago
Macy's to stop selling real fur by end of fiscal year 2020

NEW YORK — Macy’s Inc. says it will stop selling real fur by the end of its fiscal year 2020 at its namesake stores, Bloomingdale’s, as well as at...

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CNM hosts public forms with president finalists
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CNM hosts public forms with president finalists

The Central New Mexico Community College Governing Board has named six finalists for the CNM presidency and invites the public and the CNM...

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Hudson’s Bay being taken private by shareholder group
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Hudson’s Bay being taken private by shareholder group

NEW YORK - Hudson's Bay, the owner of Saks Fifth Avenue, is being taken private by a group of its shareholders that will try to revive the...

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ABQ, get ready for Round 2 of roundabout
News 3 months ago
ABQ, get ready for Round 2 of roundabout

HERE WE GO 'ROUND AGAIN: Construction recently wrapped up on the nearly $2 million roundabout at Rio Grande and Candelaria. It just started on...

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Preserving Albuquerque's natural wonders
News 3 months ago
Preserving Albuquerque's natural wonders

Collin Siow of Albuquerque runs on the Paseo del Bosque Trail on Wednesday. He said he uses the trail four or five times a week. (Greg Sorber...

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Ben E. Keith building a massive new facility on the West Side
News 3 months ago
Ben E. Keith building a massive new facility on the West Side

IMAGE COURTESY BEN E. KEITHThe home page photo for Ben E. Keith distribution company’s New Mexico operations. A major food distribution company is...

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Arizona's jobless rate drops to 4.5 percent in September
News 3 months ago
Arizona's jobless rate drops to 4.5 percent in September

PHOENIX — Arizona’s jobless rate has dropped again. The state Office of Economic Opportunity reports the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for...

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Retail worry: Will wine, cheese tariffs hurt holiday sales?
News 3 months ago
Retail worry: Will wine, cheese tariffs hurt holiday sales?

NEW YORK — The tariffs the Trump administration is about to impose on wine, liquor and cheese from Europe couldn’t come at a worse time for small...

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US retail sales dip 0.3% in September
News 3 months ago
US retail sales dip 0.3% in September

WASHINGTON — Retail sales dropped in September by the largest amount in seven months, possibly signaling that rising trade tensions and turbulent...

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CNM 'ready for the future' and new leadership
News 3 months ago
CNM 'ready for the future' and new leadership

It’s been the time of my life professionally, but my tenure as president of Central New Mexico Community College is coming to an end. In April, I...

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Golf shouldn’t be city priority
News 3 months ago
Golf shouldn’t be city priority

RIO RANCHO, N. M. - We were alarmed, although not really surprised, to learn of the fire at the former Club Rio Rancho clubhouse. With the building...

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City of RR should have partnered with club owners
News 3 months ago
City of RR should have partnered with club owners

Editor: As a former co-owner of the facility known as Club Rio Rancho, I experienced a profound sadness as we all watched the facility go up in...

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Colliers plans medical development
News 3 months ago
Colliers plans medical development

A rendering of the proposed division of the 63 acres near Presbyterian Rust Medical Center and Westside Boulevard shows how many medical-related...

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Chamber of Commerce chair brings new perspective
News 3 months ago
Chamber of Commerce chair brings new perspective

Mike Canfield,, a member of Laguna Pueblo, is the first tribal member to serve as the Board Chair for the Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce. (Adolphe...

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