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HG Vora Capital is an activist hedge fund that was founded back in 2009 by Parag Vora who cut his teeth at Silver Point Capital L.P as a senior investment professional, and at Goldman Sachs’ Real Estate Investment Banking Division as a vice president. When he worked at Silver Point Capital L.P. his prime focus […]
The Beachwood, Ohio-based real estate investment trust said it had funds from operations of $90.5 million, or 49 cents per share, in the period. The average estimate of 11 analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment ...
Waymo is the company that came about from Google’s self-driving car tests. The company is currently still testing out its vehicles and the new deal that it has with Walmart is part of this process. The offering from the two companies will allow customers to take a Waymo to pickup their groceries from Walmart.
Walmart shoppers in Phoenix metropolitan area can order groceries on Walmart.com and as their order is being prepared at the store, self-driving cars will transport them to the store and bring them back, Waymo said. Waymo has also teamed up with U.S. shopping center owner DDR Corp to offer shoppers and diners rides in its self-driving vehicles to and from the Ahwatukee Foothills Towne Center in Chandler, Arizona. Additionally, Waymo has expanded its existing partnerships with AutoNation Inc and Avis Budget Group Inc in Phoenix.
Alphabet Inc's Waymo is starting trials to ferry shoppers to Walmart Inc's stores in Phoenix, Arizona, the company said on Wednesday. Walmart shoppers in Phoenix metropolitan area can order groceries on Walmart.com and as their order is being prepared at the store, self-driving cars will transport them to the store and bring them back, Waymo said. Waymo has also teamed up with U.S. shopping center owner DDR Corp to offer shoppers and diners rides in its self-driving vehicles to and from the Ahwatukee Foothills Towne Center in Chandler, Arizona.
Waymo has struck deals with several companies to expand access to its self-driving cars. Some of those companies include Walmart, Autonation and Avis. The Waymo rides to certain Walmarts in Arizona will start later this week, while the other ride offers will begin over the course of the next several weeks.
An Ohio-based real estate investment trust is shopping for buyers for a pair of big retail properties in Orlando. The two properties — the 411,503-square-foot Millenia Plaza and the 191,885-square-foot International Drive Value — are being sold because the REIT, DDR Corp.
A large shopping center in New Tampa has been sold to a California buyer for $25 million, just beating its prerecession sales price of $24 million. The sale of the Walk at Highwoods Preserve comes as DDR Corp., a real estate investment trust that specializes in retail properties, has spun off a portfolio of 50 companies to a new REIT, Retail Value Inc. The Walk at Highwoods Preserve was among those properties, and its sale to California-based ACF Property Management Inc. closed a few days prior to the transfer of the DDR properties to RVI.
Completion of the previously-announced spin-off of 48 properties of DDR Corp (DDR) will enable it to focus on core assets in the United States.
An activist investor took the next step in acquiring his target. Conventional wisdom says that insiders and 10-percent owners really only buy shares of a company for one reason — they believe the stock price will rise and they want to profit. Energen Corporation (NYSE: EGN) saw renowned activist investor Carl Icahn increase his stake this past week.
Twenty years ago, on Aug. 3, 1998, real estate investment trust Developers Diversified Realty split its stock on a 2-for-1 basis. Last month, the shopping-mall REIT, which changed its name to DDR in 2011, enacted a reverse 1-for-2 stock split. In 2009, DDR sold 30 million shares to Alexander Otto , chief executive of ECE, a German operator of European shopping centers.
Conventional wisdom says that insiders and 10 percent owners really only buy shares of a company for one reason -- they believe the stock price will rise and they want to profit from it. While the CEO, president and other salesforce.com, inc. (NYSE: CRM) executives and insiders were selling throughout June, one director stepped up to the buy window this past week.
Though shrinking mall traffic, store closures and retailer bankruptcies continue to paralyze the retail real estate market, DDR Corp (DDR) remains well poised to sail through.