By Darcie Lunsford There are regular deals. There are big deals. Then, there are those once-in-a-decade deals that become the fodder of real estate legends to be repeated and hailed over cocktails and power lunches. In South Florida’s industrial arena, the 2007 sale of the 882,182-square-foot Seneca industrial...

By Gerry Czarnecki In every professional activity, there are myths that work to prevent effectiveness, and fundraising is no exception. When board members, CEOs and development directors operate under these myths, they are likely to be far less successful. In May, the National Leadership Institute, in partnership...

By Chris Fleck You may hear the term “disruptive innovation” discussed in relation to any significant industry or technology change. However, according to Clayton Christensen, the Harvard professor who coined the term and developed the theory, there is a more specific definition. Christensen originally described disruptive innovation...

By Julie Neitzel Hedge funds are designed to outperform the public markets. Unfortunately, there is strong evidence that the hedge fund hype may exceed the reality of their investment performance. The compound annual return from 2005 through 2014 was only 0.7 percent (well below every major...

The Nautilus Hotel on the Bay in Miami Beach was constructed in the early 1920s by Carl Fisher, the beach’s early developer. It was quite the showpiece in its heyday, featuring miniature golf and the occasional game of polo. However, the Nautilus’ 18-year lifespan as luxury...