July 11, 2014
Florida Business News

U.S. wholesalers slow restocking as sales weaken

U.S. wholesale stockpiles rose in May at the weakest pace in five months as companies kept their supplies in line with slower sales.

Art Basel changing opening events in Miami Beach

Art aficionados, take note: The kickoff events for Art Basel Miami Beach will unfold in a new way this year.

Uber taxi service looks to Gainesville

A mobile-application taxicab service that has drawn scrutiny elsewhere in Florida is considering a Gainesville expansion.

Genting bets on New York casino gambling

Malaysian gaming giant Genting Berhad — stymied so far in its bid to bring casino gambling to Miami — is pushing hard in New York.

Florida to sue Digital Domain over state job incentives

Florida has hired outside counsel to file suit against Digital Domain and its $20 million deal to create jobs.

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