The effects of the financial crisis are still weighing on Millennials, but policy makers and business leaders are fooling themselves into believing that opportunities are ripe for America's younger set.Apr 19, 2013 11:42 AM ET
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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