May 27, 2017
Florida Business News

Florida Highway Patrol dealing with trooper shortage

Since 2010, the agency has lost 993 troopers to retirement or resignation, or about half of its current workforce.

South Florida IT industry gets a boost from new training bootcamp

TechHire Summer Bootcamp aims to increase the talent pool of South Florida’s information technology industry.

Tampa International Airport morphing into a mini-city unto itself

By the end of the 2026, Tampa International Airport CEO Joe Lopano wants the airport to function as its own little city.

Belmont Stakes pre-show to feature Orlando game firm's work

If you plan to watch coverage leading up to the Belmont Stakes next month, be ready to see some content produced in Orlando.

Amazon executives fill in details on jobs and shipments coming to Jacksonville

The two new Amazon fulfillment centers in Jacksonville will employ more than 2,500 people and ship hundreds of thousands of boxes every day when they’re fully operational.

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R/V W.T. Hogarth Christening Ceremony
R/V W.T. Hogarth Christening Ceremony

With the crack of two bottles of champagne and the blessing from a local priest, Florida’s newest research vessel, the R/V W.T. Hogarth, was christened and launched for the first-time this week. The W.T. Hogarth will be used by the University of South Florida as well as more than two dozen institutions across the state.

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