Stuart A. Miller

Lennar CEO to Build Dream House in Miami Beach
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Lennar CEO to Build Dream House in Miami Beach

Stuart Miller’s 11 Star Island approved by Miami Beach Board of Adjustment. More

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2014 Public Builder Report Cards

The 2014 public builder report cards offer a research-based analysis of the financial and operational performance of 17 home building companies in 2013. More

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After Weyerhaeuser, where will the money move next? -- UPDATE 3 PM EDT After Weyerhaeuser, where will the money move next? -- UPDATE 3 PM EDT

A person familiar with TRI Pointe Homes' and Barry Sternlicht-led Starwood Capital negotiations to pay an average of around $100,000 per lot for the Weyerhaeuser portfolio of five home building operations, with 27,000 lots said last night, "I think it's going to get done." More

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By the Numbers: Lennar Corp., Second Quarter 2012

Lennar Corp. reports significantly improved financial results for its second quarter. More

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As The World Turns: What’s Been Happening Outside Of IBS

Lennar names a new president, foreclosures will peak in 2011, and other news bits. More

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Florida Judge Rules That Lennar Nemesis Defrauded Court

Barry Minkow, who a year ago accused the builder of illegal business practices, faces sanctions in the hundreds of millions of dollars. More

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Lennar Beats Wall Street's Expectations

Miami-based public builder posts another profitable quarter with net earnings of $30 million. More

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Lennar's Miller: Sales Slump Won't Halt Recovery

May's miserable home sales numbers did little to diminish Lennar CEO Stuart Miller's optimistic outlook for the Miami-based company during its Thursday morning conference call. Lennar posted a second-quarter profit of $0.21 per share, well beyond analysts' expectations. Miller said the May sales slump, which occurred after the April 30 federal home buyer tax credit, was expected and was only a bump in the "rocky and sloppy" road to recovery. "We knew all this time that void wouldn't feel good, and it doesn't," Miller said. He added that he thinks the housing market is continuing to stabilize and is "generally in recovery." More

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Lennar Posts Quarterly Profit Despite May's Sales Slump

CEO Stuart Miller expected the sales drop in the wake of the home buyer tax credit deadline, but he also predicts demand will rebound by year's end. More

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