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11 Stories You Need to Read from This Week

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It's finally Friday, which means you made it through another week. But are you up to date with the latest news? Here are 11 top stories from the past week. 

1. Perhaps the biggest news of the week came on Thursday with the Fed's decision not to raise interest rates. [Bisnow]

2. So, of course, we had to find out what some of the country's top economists thought of that move. [Bisnow]

3. Moody's is packing up for a move to 1 World Trade Center for what'll be the largest deal in the tower since late 2014. Nice crib. [Crain's]

4. On that note, we spoke to Larry Silverstein in an exclusive Bisnow interview to get his thoughts on his new tenants and the WTC's impact on Lower Manhattan. [Bisnow]

5. Here are 10 super cool corporate HQs, stocked with snacks and ping pong tables. Jealous yet? [Bisnow]

6. While some retail stores are struggling to stay above water, others are growing fast. Here are eight of them. [Forbes]

7. Call it autumn cleaning? SL Green is clearing out some pricey Manhattan inventory. [CPE]

8. Cushman & Wakefield has been in the news a lot lately, first with its major merger, and now with its major move to Chicago. [Bisnow]

9. Hudson Yards opened this week, becoming the first new subway stop to open in New York in 25 years. [WSJ]

10. JLL research says Fortune 1000 companies have lost billions on mismanaged real estate. So Bisnow spoke to JLL's global board chair to get his thoughts. [Bisnow]

11. The Chinese aren't the only foreign investors with their eye on the US. Here are the top seven cities for Middle Eastern investors. [Bisnow]