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  • Knock, knock, it’s trusty tenants at the doorLandlords don’t always have peace of mind while leasing their space, but Doorstead believes its approach is to solve that. Mary Ann reports on the company securing $21.5 million in new funding not only to tell you how much rent you can expect, but also to make sure you always have a tenant for your rental property.
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There’s a subtext to waves of layoffs and Craigslist ads for discount office furniture: Tech investors have raised nearly $290 billion in dry powder.

“Despite the economic downturn, strong money supply and tailwinds to spending on digitization are leading some market participants to believe we are in a vigorous investment cycle,” says Rafael Mucumello and Pierre Bourdon of Pecos Capital.

Tracking uninvested capital by year since 2006, the pair found that “a crisis within the investment landscape has often been followed by years of systematic outperformance of returns, and history has a way of repeating itself.”

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