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Not Just the Right Thing to Do: Why High-Tech Investment in Rural America Makes Business Sense

/   Erin McIntosh, Medium

Exploring the streets of San Francisco, while hopping in and out of massive, slick office buildings, meeting employees of some of the most powerful organizations in the world, I was unable to ignore the wealth and health disparities present in the San Francisco and extended Silicon Valley community.

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Republicans hope to save rural South Carolina, but will investors follow?

/   Tom Burton, The State

A $15 million hotel, a $16 million apartment complex and a $9 million affordable housing project are in the works in South Carolina as investors begin making investments under new federal tax guidelines.

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Filling the capital gap

/   Staff, The Daily Sentinel

Wall Street is sitting on $6 trillion. Unutilized and idle.

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More Rules Coming on Opportunity Zones

/   Bill Lucia, RouteFifty

A U.S. Treasury Department official on Wednesday updated mayors on some of what they can expect to see when the agency further spells out the proposed rules for a program meant to help revitalize some of the nation’s most distressed neighborhoods.

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Opportunity Zones could spur development in low-income areas

/   Brenna McDermott, Knoxnews

In 2019, qualified opportunity zones will drive major business and development investments in East Tennessee, experts say.

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Microsoft announces $475M investment in Seattle housing

/   Jeff Andrews, Curbed

Seattle-based tech giant Microsoft announced Wednesday its intent to invest $475 million in housing development throughout the Puget Sound region, including $225 million in King County’s Eastside and $250 million in the county more broadly.

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