July 24, 2017
Florida Business News

Florida's unemployment rate drops for fourth straight month

How low can Florida's unemployment go? Pretty low, according to the state's latest unemployment numbers.

How Florida explains our polarized politics

The national trends that have divided the country almost evenly between Democrats and Republicans are on display in microcosm in Florida.

Student researcher targets cancer with virus, earning support of Central Florida nonprofit

Candace Fox’s thesis research is serious business: she’s using a modified parainfluenza virus to target and help kill cancer cells.

South Florida hotels struggled in 2016. Now it seems they are finally on the mend

An overall bump in performance is another positive sign that hotels are on the mend after a challenging 2016.

Jacksonville’s Acosta marketing and packaging firm acquires Ohio-based company

Acosta Sales and Marketing, which specializes in consumer packaging and goods among other services, announced this week it is acquiring ActionLink.

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The Walton County Sheriff’s Office is undertaking a signature project focused on water safety during the coming months, starting with a mini-documentary featuring the daughter of a man who died in a rip current.

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