Monthly Archives: June 2012

Getting a handle on labor – part 2

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From Ben Breslau
Managing Director, Americas Research
Jones Lang LaSalle

The Bureau of Labor Statistics’ recent jobs report estimated that 69,000 net new jobs were created last month. This falls well below expectations. They also reported a downward revision in their net new jobs estimate for April.

Here is part 2 of our Q&A with Ben as her puts this into context and tells us what it means… Read More

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BIO day three – clear your plate

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From Howard Rosenberg, PhD
Executive Director, Solutions Development
Jones Lang LaSalle

When one thinks about the main activities that are taking place at the BIO Convention, what comes to mind is financing, technology transfer and economic development.  What is often overlooked is the cornucopia of value added services that are being showcased and promoted to the Life Sciences industry at this event.

In walking… Read More

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BIO day two – our deep dive into life sciences

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From Rebecca Herbst
Research Analyst
Jones Lang LaSalle

Here at Jones Lang LaSalle we are thrilled that the 2012 BIO International Convention is happening right here in Boston.  The life sciences industry has been a major focus in our Boston office, and we have been keeping a close eye on the market.  Our knowledge derived from time spent dissecting global, national, and local… Read More

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BIO day two – delicacies abound

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From Erin Bovee
National Life Sciences Research Lead 
Jones Lang LaSalle

On the heels of an exciting day one at the BIO ’12 International Life Sciences Convention, Mayor Menino kicked off the second day by announcing that Boston continues to lead the nation in NIH funding. This marks the 17th year in a row, with $23.4 billion in total awards… Read More

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Day two from BIO

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From Don Domoretsky
Vice President
Life Sciences Practice Group

Day one of BIO 2012 yesterday was a great opportunity for representatives from all of our service lines to meet patent attorneys, mergers and acquisitions experts, economic development councils, and the scientific community in general.

Today I look forward to attending multiple panel discussions and breakout sessions – notably, two programs by client Alexandria Real… Read More

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Getting a handle on labor – part 1

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From Ben Breslau
Managing Director, Americas Research
Jones Lang LaSalle

On June 1, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released its May jobs report with an estimate of 69,000 net new jobs created in the month, well below expectations. It also reported a downward revision in its net new jobs estimate for the previous month.  Additionally, the US Gross Domestic Product was revised down… Read More

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A peak before BIO

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As we gear up for the BIO 2012 International Convention coming to the BCEC June 18-21, our Life Sciences team is putting finishing touches to the first Life Sciences Cluster Report for the Boston market. Here is a peak at some of the high level analysis.

Impacts of the global economic recession, increased competition, pricing pressures, depleted new-product pipelines and heightened regulatory processes… Read More

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On a roll

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Jones Lang LaSalle is capitalizing on the expanding multifamily transaction market with the addition of two cap markets experts here in Boston. Michael Coyne and Travis D’Amato have joined forces to enhance our client service capabilities in the region.

We’ve long had a foothold along the DC and New York corridor, and sought to add depth to serve our clients in the northeast.… Read More

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