back to article Buy-to-let in foreign countries is so passé... Now investors sink cash into data centers: CBRE opens bit barn brokerage

CBRE, the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm, has launched a speciality brokerage focused on data centres. The new Data Centre Capital Markets business is led by SVP Kristina Metzger, who spent nine years at the company’s Data Centre Solutions (DCS) division. It is aimed at investors who are …

  1. Steve Davies 3 Silver badge

    I have this wonderful site in Ireland

    Perfect for a DC. One previous owner, Apple.

    Roll-up, roll-up who would like to sink (as in lose forever) some money into this fantastic opportunity????

    [see icon]

    besides, aren't DC's a bit past their sell by date these days. Isn't everything supposed to be in the Cloud (what clouds I hear you ask)

  2. Doctor Syntax Silver badge

    BA outage.

    "the case was settled out of court, with no admission as to liability"

    So unless some other body such as a Parliamentary Committee starts asking questions we're not going to find out any more about it?

    It really is time for a requirement for analysis and public reporting of the reasons for such disruptive outages. Without that industries are not going to learn the lessons needed to improve. Public shaming of the guilty would be an additional benefit, especially if a few highly placed manglers were then sacked for bringing the company into disrepute.

    1. Crypto Monad

      Re: BA outage.

      That's a dangerous route to take. This is a private company; if it's treated as an essential public service which cannot suffer disruption, then it's a short hop to "too big to fail". That in turn will allow the directors to take whatever financial risks they like, safe in the knowledge that the taxpayer will bail them out.

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