In a bid to attract younger employees, more companies are moving out of the 'burbs and back in to cities.
By Laura Vanderkam, contributor
FORTUNE -- Like many companies, Michigan-based Quicken Loans once thought a suburban location made a lot of sense. Space in office parks was reasonably priced, and employees could buy new single-family homes with yards and access to good schools.
But a few years ago, the online mortgage lender began MOREJul 14, 2011 5:00 AM ET
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