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Re: DT, EMV and NPR revisited

To every good story there is a good counterexample. My former employer owned its NYC corporate headquarters outright, but was outgrowing it. They put in place a two-year plan to lease one and a half buildings in a four-building complex under construction (the World Financial Center), using cash from selling their current building to pay the expenses of moving, which were hefty. Looked good. But by the time the two years was up, the company had grown so much that they no longer fit in the one and a half buildings. Alas, no more space was available in the complex, so they had to lease back, on very unfavorable terms, much of their old building to hold the overflow of staff. Plan ahead, you may run out of roo.

Re: DT, EMV and NPR revisited


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