Sanna Andersson was looking for new digs. The 23-square-meter (248-square-foot) studio apartment that she shared with her boyfriend in Soedermalm -- the central Stockholm district best known outside of Sweden as the backdrop for Stieg Larsson thrillers -- had grown too cramped.
New York and New Jersey mass-transit agencies will add service, offer special deals and suspend work ahead of the 2014 Super Bowl, the first one that relies largely on public transportation to get fans to and from the stadium.
Chu Kin-lan has already shuttered six of 11 offices of her Hong Kong real estate agency, whose Chinese name translates as Precious Prosperity, and let go half of her 70 employees amid the city’s toughest curbs on home buying in its history. The worst pain may be still to come.
The health-care website’s improved performance has both U.S. political parties shifting strategies, with President Barack Obama’s team preparing a January advertising blitz and a wave of celebrity promotions to boost enrollment, allies said.
The first major agreement to update global trade rules in two decades moved nearer after the U.S. and India bridged differences over agriculture subsidies and food security, people familiar with the negotiations said.
Having a personal chef sounds as extravagant as owning a private jet. Someone in your kitchen to whip up filet mignon and beignets while you lounge on the couch? Great. Once Loot has a functional kitchen, or a couch, send him over.
Caixa Economica Federal, Brazil’s third-biggest bank by assets, said home-equity lending will expand twice as fast as growth in the nation’s consumer credit market next year as borrowers seek to refinance debt.