November 1, 2014
Florida Business News

Economy, not social issues, driving election

Social issues are being eclipsed this election season by concerns about the economy, health care, the Islamic State group and Ebola.

Pennsylvania's Gannon University to open Florida campus

A private, Catholic university in Pennsylvania plans to open a Florida campus next year.

Tavistock Development Company breaks ground on GuideWell Innovation Center

The state-of-the-art facility will bring the first incubation wet lab space to Lake Nona.

Tom James commits up to $75 million for art museum

The chairman of Raymond James Financial has been talking for almost 10 years about founding a museum to house his vast art collection.

Ecuador tries mobile ads to boost trade, tourism with Florida

Ecuador has taken a moving approach for the Miami launch of its new tourism and trade campaign, “All you need is Ecuador.”

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