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Procore CEO Tooey Courtemanche (Linkedin, SEC) 

Procore raises $635M in long-awaited IPO

Construction software company Procore raised $634.5 million in its long-awaited initial public offering, debuting on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday. The company initially marketed stock between $60 to $65 a share, Bloomberg...

Procore raises $635M in long-awaited IPO
Brookfield Property Partners' Brian Kingston and Brookfield Asset Management's Bruce Flatt (Brookfield)

Brookfield taking pandemic-hit real estate arm private

Brookfield Asset Management reached an agreement Thursday to take its Covid-dinged real estate arm private by acquiring all of Brookfield...

Brookfield taking pandemic-hit real estate arm private
Many of the lower-tier malls that will be sold will likely be redeveloped into something else. (Getty)

U.S. mall values fall 60% after appraisals

The suburban mall that you frequented as a teenager could now be worth substantially less than the dirt underneath it. U.S. mall values declined 60 percent due to appraisals in 2020, according to an...

U.S. mall values fall 60% after appraisals
Brian Kingston of Brookfield Property Partners (left) and Bruce Flatt of Brookfield Asset Management
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Brookfield’s internal affairs

There are several reasons why taking Brookfield Property Partners private might be a bad deal. The company’s investors lose a lucrative dividend, hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of fees to its parent Brookfield...

Brookfield’s internal affairs
Brookfield’s Brian Kingston and Bruce Flatt (Photos via iStock; Brookfield)

Brookfield Property Partners could go private in $6B deal

After nearly eight years as a publicly traded company, Brookfield Property Partners could be going private. Brookfield Asset Management,...

Brookfield Property Partners could go private in $6B deal
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