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RERL-1746-Business and Real Estate – Small actions yield big HQ implications for Uber, Wells Fargo, Chevron

Wake up California! Big companies have had it and are finally leaving for a more business friendly state. For a few years now you have heard us talk about how California residents have flocked to states where homes can be 1/10 the price for a lot more space and are a lot more attractive when Tax Day rolls around. Companies such as Oracle, Hewlett Packard and Tesla have done the math and, as much as we all love Silicon Valley, it just doesn’t make sense for these businesses to stay and continue throwing money at the state. Joe Cucchiara asks Jack Russo how the exodus looks to be changing the makeup of California while the economy seemingly keeps chugging along. Other topics include:

  • The impact on commercial and residential real estate
  • New York and Florida’s exodus
  • Are companies concerned about future covid liabilities in the workspace?
  • Apple’s autonomous cars
  • Will the vaccine change the thinking of companies?

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