October 27, 2016
Florida Business News

Florida retailers prepare for Halloween boost

Halloween is fun but it also happens to be a sweet treat for the economy. For Florida retailers, green will be the new orange and black.

More than 2.1 million Floridians have voted in election

The number of Floridians who have voted is more than 2.1 million, as of Thursday morning, and still growing.

Next state house speaker: Sanford Burnham should repay incentives

The incoming speaker for the Florida House said he intends to hold Sanford Burnham Institute accountable for failing to create jobs it promised.

All Aboard Florida could be in court in six weeks

Two Florida counties and a number of individual residents have filed a lawsuit to block a leg of the future All Aboard Florida train service.

Path to a job: South Florida students learn about road construction

Chocolate asphalt and concrete cookies are just two of the tools used to attract the next generation of Florida road and bridge builders to careers in construction.

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Dwayne McCay, President and CEO of Florida Institute of Technology, describes Florida Tech's academic offerings, explores the university's international appeal, and emphasizes the school's commitment to graduate job-placement.

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