October 26, 2014
Florida Business News

Gubernatorial race shines light on solar energy

The Sunshine State gets less than one percent of its energy from the sun. Most of its energy comes from natural gas, which it gets from out of state.

Florida No. 28 for workers’ comp premium rates

Florida businesses spend $1.82 for every $100 of payroll issue on workers' comp expenses.

Manatee County growing companies

Manatee County is on an economic development hot streak that should pay dividends for decades to come.

Shipping company to create 65 jobs in Miramar

A worldwide shipping company from Denmark will locate its headquarters in Miramar and create 65 jobs.

"Foodpreneurs" seeing heaping helpings of investment interest

Some Florida food entrepreneurs who are defying the restaurant business odds: those focused on fresher, healthier eating.

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