Given all the construction it shouldn’t be a surprise, but Dallas-Fort Worth is the top market in the country for both warehouse construction and leasing.

With the pandemic fueling consumer demand for products and services, industrial development has boomed this year in North Texas while many other real estate sectors have floundered.

So far this year, net warehouse space leasing in D-FW has surpassed 21 million square feet, according to new reports from commercial property firm Cushman & Wakefield.

That’s well ahead of the other leading U.S. industrial markets in Pennsylvania and Southern California.

North Texas has also delivered more new industrial space than any other U.S. metro area – almost 23 million square feet through the first nine months of 2020.

“These positive numbers are another sign of industrial resiliency and shows that there is still demand for space in the industrial market, even in uncertain times,” Tray Anderson,

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A majority of voters do not believe President Donald Trump has paid his “fair share” of federal income taxes as Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden continues to lead by double digits.



Joe Biden, Donald Trump are posing for a picture: This combination of pictures created on September 29, shows Democratic presidential candidateJoe Biden and President Donald Trump speaking during the first presidential debate at the Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio on September 29


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This combination of pictures created on September 29, shows Democratic presidential candidateJoe Biden and President Donald Trump speaking during the first presidential debate at the Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio on September 29

The new polling released Sunday by ABC News and The Washington Post shows 57 percent of likely voters believe—and 51 percent strongly believe—that Trump has not paid his fair share in federal income taxes

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Notably, there is a strong partisan divide, with 93 percent of Democrats saying Trump hasn’t paid enough in federal income taxes while just 16 percent of Republicans say the same. A majority of independents (57 percent) think the president has underpaid

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Jeannie Mai surprised her TV co-hosts when she revealed that she wants to be submissive in her marriage to rapper Jeezy.

Mai, 41, admitted on Tuesday’s episode of The Real that she understands the idea has a “negative connotation,” but to her, doing so would be a welcome escape from her busy career.

“I want to submit to my man. When I hear this definition … submitting has a negative connotation. It means that you are less important, you are lower than that person that you’re submitting to. It usually can be like, you know, referenced as somebody who works lower than you, and that’s not what I’m referring to here,” Mai told her co-hosts Loni Love, Adrienne Bailon Houghton and Garcelle Beauvais.

“I’m a very dominant woman. I own my business, I lead my teams, I played my own manager, my own publicist, my own lawyer when I didn’t

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  • Samsung cancelled a review of its US ad-buying business in August due to the economic effects of the pandemic, according to several people with knowledge of the matter.
  • Four of the five major ad agency holding companies were pitching for the business, which Publicis Groupe has had since 2007.
  • According to research firm Comvergence, Samsung spent around $845 million on advertising in the US last year.
  • Samsung did not respond to a request for comment.
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Samsung cancelled a competitive review of its US digital ad and media-buying business due to economic uncertainty caused by the coronavirus, several people with direct knowledge of the matter said.

A person close to the business said Samsung wanted to focus on its core business of selling smartphones and other personal electronics during the second half of 2020 instead of spending time and money to review its advertising.

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Ahead of crucial GST Council meeting on Monday, Deputy Chief Minister and Finance Minister of Bihar Sushil Kumar Modi has pressed for initiation of special window for borrowing to meet compensation shortfall. At the same time, State such as Punjab wants Dispute Resolution Mechanism to be set up as early as possible.

“The process of borrowing too is expected to take some time since arrangements will have to be made to create the special window through which State can borrow with convenience. I would, urge you to make necessary arrangements for initiating the process for arranging the special window so that willing State can go ahead and borrow,” Modi wrote in a letter to the Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman.

Also read: CAG raps Centre over non-utilisation of cesses, levies for specified purposes

In August, during 41st meeting of GST Council, it was decided to give two borrowing options. First one

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PHOENIX (AP) — Republican President Donald Trump has spent more money on Facebook

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PHOENIX (AP) — Republican President Donald Trump has spent more money on Facebook advertising targeting New Mexico users since July than any other candidate, campaign, or business, according to a New York University Tandon School of Engineering project that monitor’s Facebook spending.



President Donald Trump leaves the White House to go to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center after he tested positive for COVID-19, Friday, Oct. 2, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)


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President Donald Trump leaves the White House to go to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center after he tested positive for COVID-19, Friday, Oct. 2, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

The Trump campaign and his various affiliates have spent $3 million on Facebook ads in the state since July 1, the NYU Ad Observatory reports. That’s more than the amount spent during the same period by Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden — the second-highest Facebook spender. His campaign has spent $2.3 million, according to the website.

Damon McCoy, professor of computer science and engineering at the New York University Tandon School

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To say that the marketing industry has changed drastically over the last six months is an understatement at best. Most events and trade shows have gone virtual, meaning that presentations are limited to online-only locations. For many marketers, this means a change in the paradigm of how they interact with customers.

The entire idea of generating leads through discussion and direct approaches now needs to be reevaluated. Luckily, there are concrete ways to create leads through these virtual events and conferences as well. Sixteen members of Forbes Business Development Council share several methods that businesses and marketers alike can adopt to help them generate leads through virtual events.

1. Promote Value-Added Virtual Content

A reliable lead generation approach is to curate and promote value-added virtual content. For example, this can be a white

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  • Joe Biden holds a sizable but steady lead over President Trump in the 2020 election, according to two national polls released on Sunday.
  • Among likely voters, a New York Times/Siena College poll showed Biden leading Trump 49%-41%, while a Washington Post/ABC Poll found Biden ahead 54%-44%.
  • Both polls show majority support for the winner of the election to nominate a successor to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
  • Both polls also reveal a wide gender gap, with Biden performing extremely well with women while Trump leads the male vote.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden maintains a sizable but steady lead over President Donald Trump in the 2020 election, according to two national polls released on Sunday.

Among likely voters, a New York Times/Siena College poll showed Biden leading Trump 49%-41%, while a Washington Post/ABC Poll found Biden ahead 54%-44%.

The Times/Siena

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