April 27, 2018
Florida Business News

State seeks answers on workers' comp market

Florida's Department of Financial Services intends to fund a study on how Florida’s workers’ compensation insurance market is performing compared to other states.

Florida seniors earned $150 million through Airbnb in 2017

In Florida, over 45% of Airbnb’s hosts are seniors and Floridian seniors earned over $150 million through the Airbnb platform in 2017.

AutoNation's Mike Jackson to be inducted into Automotive Hall of Fame

The chairman, CEO and president of Fort Lauderdale-based AutoNation is being inducted into the Automotive Hall of Fame.

Jacksonville mayor says he won’t submit any JEA privatization legislation

Mayor Lenny Curry on Thursday took the sale of JEA off the table, saying in a statement that he will not submit any JEA privatization plan to the City Council.

Citrix revenues rise 5 percent in first quarter

Fort Lauderdale-based global software company Citrix Systems saw first-quarter revenues increase 5 percent to $697 million.

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