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CBRE acquires Cleveland-based Skye Group, a retail project manager


CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Global real estate services company CBRE Group, Inc., has acquired a local consulting firm that works with shopping center developers and landlords. CBRE announced the acquisition of Cleveland-based Skye Group on Monday. Terms of the ...


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A 31-year-old woman pleaded no contest Monday to charges that she stole more than $660,000 while working as a Lakeland real estate title agent. A 31-year-old woman pleaded no contest Monday to charges that she stole more than $660,000 while working as a Lakeland real estate title agent.Without a plea deal in place, Erica Daniels' punishment remains unknown.Circuit Judge Michael ERaiden will review testimony and arguments before setting a sentence which he will impose March 5.Daniels was the former owner of Independent Title Agency LLC in Lakeland.She was arrested March 14, 2008, after an investigation concluded she took $660,786 set aside from clients to pay for title services.Daniels used some of the money to buy a BMW sedan, an in-ground swimming pool and a personal watercraft, according to an affidavit of Michael Hennessy, a detective with the Florida Department of Financial Services' Fraud Division.Jury selection was to begin Monday in Daniels' case.Instead, she pleaded no contest to money-laundering, grand theft and three counts of misappropriating escrow funds. Never miss a story Choose the plan that's right for you. Digital access or digital and print delivery. Subscribe Now Sign up for daily e-mails Sign up Reader ServicesMy ProfileSubscribe NowManage Print AccountManage Digital AccountAbout UsContact UsWork for UsFAQsSubmissionsNews TipsLetters to the EditorCalendar EventsObituariesSubmit a PhotoLegal NoticesAdvertisingAdvertise With UsPay Your Ad BillPlace an AdClassified AdsOnline ServicesNewslettersRSS FeedsFacebookTwitterMobile AppsText Alerts

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