July 10, 2014
Florida Business News

1 out of 5 Floridians still lack health insurance

Nearly one out of five Floridians still lack health insurance, despite people being able to sign up this year for coverage under the Affordable Care Act.

Apartment rents rising as demand heats up

Apartment rents are a rising, driven higher by strong demand from former homeowners and young professionals.

Florida business leaders call for immigration reform

The Florida Chamber of Commerce and Associated Industries of Florida joined forces with faith-based leaders to call for national immigration reform.

Libertarian could help determine Florida’s next governor

Libertarians have been attracting attention across the nation in recent years thanks to a confluence of political cross currents. Now a very vocal Libertarian candidate for governor is hoping to shake up Florida’s gubernatorial race

Feeling stuck in your job? It may be time to hire a career coach

As the job market opens, more people in Florida and around the nation, particularly younger workers, are turning to career coaches.

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Historic Babe Ruth ball to be auctioned
Historic Babe Ruth ball to be auctioned

The first ball Babe Ruth hit for a home run in Yankee Stadium could fetch as much as $4 million for the Boca Raton collector who has owned it for the past six decades.

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