Doug Bauer

TRI Pointe One of Best Places to Work
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TRI Pointe One of Best Places to Work

The builder is one of the top employers in Orange County. More

TRI Pointe’s Orders, Margins Grow
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TRI Pointe’s Orders, Margins Grow

Earnings show growth across the board, led by California. BUILDER's Les Shaver... More

TRI Pointe Posts 2Q Gains
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TRI Pointe Posts 2Q Gains

The company see gains in sales and revenue, but margins fell in the second quarter... More

Trade Wars: The Fight for Labor Grows Ugly, Pitting Builder Against Builder
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Trade Wars: The Fight for Labor Grows Ugly, Pitting Builder Against Builder

As starts increase, labor is in such high demand that construction crews are being... More

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For Builders that Survived, Flexibility Was the Key For Builders that Survived, Flexibility Was the Key

These 25 builders made it through the dark days of the past five years by adapting to—instead of bemoaning—market conditions. Now, many are poised to expand as business conditions improve. More

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Builders Single Out Their Unsung Heroes of 2012 Builders Single Out Their Unsung Heroes of 2012

Sales and marketing get special praise from builders for their work in 2012. More

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California’s Tri Pointe Homes Expands into Denver

The company has plucked local builder Matt Osborn to run its Colorado division. More

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Private Equity, a Bridge Too Far for Many Cash-Strapped Builders

Institutions' expectations about profit and timeframes often don't match builders' needs. More

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California Developers Boost Startup Tri Pointe Homes

Newport Beach-based builder, founded by three former William Lyon Homes execs, already has two fee-for-construction projects in the works. More

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Builder 100: A Horrid 2008 Behind Them, Few Builders Are Making Dramatic Changes Builder 100: A Horrid 2008 Behind Them, Few Builders Are Making Dramatic Changes

The hard times that began in 2006 for the housing industry dragged on through 2008. That was especially true for those companies that compose our Builder 100, whose market share of total closings fell last year to 38.7 percent from 41.2 percent in 2007. More

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