April 1, 2015

Where celebrities live in Florida

Take a celebrity tour of Florida's regions.

Food, worshipped


Local ingredients +
celebrity chefs =
a joyous dining

[Photo is of Michael Mina and Don Pintabona, the stars behind Locale in St. Petersburg, Florida.]

MBA programs go beyond the core

UF's MBA in real estate is only offered to full-time students.

[Photo: UF]


A raft of Florida's smaller newspapers has its second new owner in less than five years.

The Chinese connection

Miami real estate agents set their sights on Chinese buyers.

[In photo, Shanjie Li, CEO of American Da Tang Group]

A place at the table

The Tampa Bay Partnership is looking for a new leader and increased impact.

[Photo is of Brian Lamb, chair, Tampa Bay Partnership]

Corrections course for Florida's prison system

A column by

Mark Howard

Florida Business News

Charter Communications to buy Bright House

Charter Communications Inc. agreed to buy cable operator Bright House Networks LLC for $10.4 billion in cash and stock.

Miami home prices outpaced national growth in January

Miami home prices continued to rise in January, outpacing national growth, according to a closely watched market barometer.

Legislature opens door to for-profit mental health services

Florida legislators have proposed bills that make the most dramatic changes to the state's mental health delivery system in decades.

Florida is the new front line in the battle for Venezuela

Venezuelans fleeing the late Hugo Chavez’s Bolivarian Revolution have transformed pockets of South Florida.

A commercial lobster season success in the Keys

A second straight solid season coupled with record-high wholesale prices made it a success for the Florida Keys commercial fleet.

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