German authorities search offices, homes in DFB tax evasion probe

German prosecutors and tax authorities searched offices of the German Football Association (DFB) as well as private homes of current and former officials on suspicion of serious tax evasion, the Frankfurt prosecutors’ office said on Wednesday.

It said six unnamed former and current officials of the DFB were suspected of having intentionally falsely declared income from advertising inside football stadiums during home games of the national team in 2014 and 2015 as income from asset management, leading to €4.7 million in unpaid taxes.

The DFB, which does not pay taxes for any income from asset management but is obliged to do so for earnings from any commercial activities, did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.

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Benevis Approved For $150M Ch. 11 Sale Of Dental Offices

Law360 (October 2, 2020, 5:43 PM EDT) — Benevis Corp., the owner of more than 150 dental practices across the U.S., received court permission Friday in Texas for a $150 million sale to secured lenders that will keep its operations going.

During a hearing conducted virtually, the debtor’s investment banker testified that the credit bid offer from New Mountain Finance Corporation was the highest and best offer for the company’s assets and that no other qualified bids had been received.

“Based on both feedback we’ve received in the market, the valuation described and their ability to take all the office locations, we believe this is the highest and best…

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Apartments With Privacy, Home Offices And Outdoor Space Command Higher Prices In New York City

After largely spending the last several months at home, New Yorkers who are still in the real estate market have certainly had time to narrow down their priorities. And they are prioritizing privacy and home offices as much as outdoor space, a new report shows. 

The report from real estate market data firm UrbanDigs, commissioned by Forbes, shows that homes in New York that were described in listings using words and phrases such as “privacy,” or that had home office or outdoor space, saw much less price flexibility, and also saw much higher median sale prices.

For example, the median sale price of units with listings that include the word “privacy” nearly doubled, from $1.58 million in April 2019

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Medical offices proposed for Timberlyne Chapel Hill theater

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The Regal Timberlyne movie theater opened in 1993 at 120 Banks Drive near the Timberlyne Shopping Center in Chapel Hill. The theater has been closed since March because of the state’s COVID-19 restrictions.

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One of Chapel Hill’s last chain movie theaters might not reopen post-COVID if a Cary developer moves ahead with plans for a new medical office.

Regal Timberlyne, which opened in 1993, is one of 18 Regal Theatre locations in North Carolina. Other Triangle locations are in Raleigh, Cary, Garner and Apex.

The six-screen, 1,350-seat theater, located at 120 Banks Drive near the Timberlyne shopping center, closed in March when the state shut down to stem COVID-19 infections. The state has not yet lifted its restrictions on movie theaters.

Online postings show Foundry Commercial had listed the theater property for sale in January. Cary-based Parkway Holdings Phase 2 LLC plans to close on the

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