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February 8, 2016

Secrets of a good winelist

Chris Sherman on the features that make a winelist great. First in a series of installments -- see more every Friday through February.

Spotlight on St. Petersburg

Read "The Changing Face of Paradise"

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Hacking as a business model

How some former FSU students launched a sprawling cyber-criminal enterprise.

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Florida Business News

Why consumers may keep the economy from sinking

The U.S. economy is undoubtedly on a more slippery slope in early 2016. Just don’t expect growth to experience afatal fall so long as consumers keep their footing.

Entrepreneurial hubs are becoming America's new boomtowns

A handful of smaller cities in the U.S., including Jacksonville, are emerging as places that investors and entrepreneurs are increasingly making bets.

Florida considers anti-discrimination bill for LGBT rights

Some Republican lawmakers are backing a bill that would give lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents the protection against discrimination.

More businesses sharing office space

Businesses ranging from technopreneurs to lawyers are increasingly renting space in shared buildings known as "flexible" office space.

Domestic airlines complain about international competition

Now that airports are courting new air service, domestic airlines face increasing competition.

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Florida Trend Video Pick

Super Bowl 50's coin is made  in central Florida
Super Bowl 50's coin is made  in central Florida

Watch the process at 1700 degrees as the Highland Mint, located in Melbourne, manufactures the official NFL commemorative flip coin that was used in Super Bowl 50.

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