Weekly Roundup 07-30-2021
Excerpts from the most interesting articles of the week leading up to today.
TWITTER, FACEBOOK, GOOGLE AMONG MAJOR COMPANIES CHANGING RETURN-TO-OFFICE PLANS AMID DELTA VARIANT SPREAD
A handful of the country’s most influential tech companies are responding to rising Covid-19 cases by delaying return-to-office plans, mandating employees get the vaccine and shutting down offices altogether.
SAFECO PLAZA IN DOWNTOWN SEATTLE TO SELL FOR $465 MILLION
The 50-story downtown Seattle office building some call “the box the Space Needle came in” will soon sell to a Boston-based developer for nearly half a billion dollars.
A 6-MONTH EMERGENCY FUND MAY NOT BE ENOUGH FOR SOME PEOPLE. ARE YOU ONE OF THEM?
Maurie Backman’s take on why an emergency fund is so important and how to build one in your life.
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