Lane4 Property Group, rebuffed by Overland Park city planners in its first, larger redevelopment proposal, has submitted a new $80 million vision for only the southeast quadrant of 95th Street and Metcalf Avenue.
Sprint’s interest in raising cash means it expects to announce a leasing deal involving its wireless spectrum assets “within the next several months,” chief financial officer Tarek Robbiati says. Sprint already has raised more than $3 billion through sale-and-lease-back deals involving smartphones and network equipment it owns.
Wells Fargo & Co. ends the bank’s five-year fight to settle legal claims over foreclosure missteps after the 2008 credit crisis. The agreement frees the nation’s biggest mortgage lender from loan servicing restrictions imposed last year.
Overland Park-based Sprint has fulfilled its three-year commitment to the Sprint Accelerator in Kansas City and is looking for corporate and civic partners to help sponsor next year’s program, CEO Marcelo Claure said Tuesday during the Sprint Accelerator demo day event.
Several salespeople with Lenexa-based Silpada Designs posted on Facebook on Tuesday about the company closing. In information for representatives, the company says it cannot reverse declining revenue. Company officials have not returned phone calls.
k12itc, which provides customized technology solutions and services for K‐12 school districts. It received the Mr. K Award, named after the late Ewing Marion Kauffman, founder of Marion Laboratories and the original owner of the Kansas City Royals. The Mr. K Award is based on business growth or sustainability, exemplary employee relations and a commitment to community service.
For investors, selecting a mix of stocks, bonds, and cash has traditionally been considered enough to create a well-diversified portfolio. Much like the menu at McDonald’s, the menu of choices for investors has evolved to include several “alternatives” to satisfy their appetite for higher risk-adjusted returns.