March 3, 2015
Florida Business News

The biggest questions for the Florida Legislature

Florida's GOP-controlled Legislature kicks off its annual session Tuesday, one that could be consumed by plenty of high-profile issues.

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When leaders become lobbyists in Florida

More than half of Florida House Speakers since 1980 have gone into lobbying at least temporarily.

Will Apple Pay revolutionize small business?

Since Apple rolled out Apple Pay in October 2014, more than 220,000 retailers have partnered with the company to offer contact-less mobile payments.

Why gas prices are on the rise

Gas prices continue to inch up in Florida and across the United States, increasing 11 cents in one week in the Sunshine State.

The McMansion is back, and bigger than ever

The recession was supposed to usher in a return to the dense, urban and walkable. Instead, the opposite has happened.

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