By Michael Roth It's still pretty hot at the top. That’s what the RER 100 is showing us this year. After four consecutive years during which the RER 100 posted double digits in rental volume growth, including a sizzling 15 percent last year (covering 2014 revenue), the 2016 RER 100, covering 2015 revenue, had to settle for 9.2 percent year-over-year rental volume. Most companies would usually be happy with 9 percent volume growth and considering some of the headwinds that rental ...
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