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August 30, 2016

Florida's College Guide for students, teachers and parents, featuring fresh content for the 2016-17 school year!

Update on USF's medical simulation center

CAMLS becomes more academic.

Development bounces back in southeast Florida

Gulfstream Point in Hallandale Beach will have 300 apartments.

Guide to Amendment 4
(solar energy)

Analysis from Florida TaxWatch.

Florida's life sciences industry is on the map

Created almost from scratch since 2003, Florida's life sciences industry is progressing — despite some high-profile failures.

Florida Small Business

Business Basics

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Insuring Tangible and Human Assets | Intellectual Property | Disaster Preparation | Cybersecurity

Florida Business News

Florida's staple of the American breakfast table is disappearing

The frozen orange-juice concentrate market faces its bleakest days by way of disease, small harvests and an eroding consumer demand.

Florida businesses urge justices to resolve credit card law

A state law that has barred merchants from imposing surcharges on customers who pay with credit cards could be headed to the Supreme Court.

Florida to receive Zika preparedness kits

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is in the process of shipping 10,000 Zika preparedness kits to the state of Florida.

Businesses near Pulse struggle with parking, disruptions

Traffic and sightseers at Pulse nightclub shooting scene are creating parking troubles and business disruption.

Florida has a shortage of corrections officers for state prisons

Florida has one of the biggest prison populations in the country and some of the lowest starting salaries of any state.

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VR Expert Weighs in On AMD Industry News
VR Expert Weighs in On AMD Industry News

Orlando-based virtual reality expert Richard Terrell weighs in on news that AMD, which employs 150 in Orlando, has been on a roll lately and why VR's emergence will help them.

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