March 19, 2018
Florida Business News

Florida is back in the land conservation business

Florida is making a major investment in conservation, but environmental advocates still accuse the state of ignoring a constitutional amendment that earmarked money for land acquisition.

In Miami, MCM thrives on big county contracts. Now it faces the FIU bridge catastrophe

The bridge catastrophe threw a spotlight not just on Munilla Construction Management's large projects, but on its ties to Miami’s political circles as well.

Florida Trend Editorial
Yesterday's solutions for Florida's transportation problems

After perking up for a few years during and immediately after the Great Recession of 2008- 09, ridership has fallen off at most transit systems in the state.

Florida, the 'Salmon State'? It could happen soon

What was once a sprawling tomato field near Homestead is being turned over in stages for a new crop: Atlantic salmon.

Many in Central Florida’s tourism industry fear Haitian, Salvadoran deportations

Thousands of people with Temporary Protected Status work in Orlando’s tourism mecca along International Drive or around the theme parks and the convention center.

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Why cosplay for charity? It's unbelievably rewarding
Why cosplay for charity? It's unbelievably rewarding

For cosplayers, it's rewarding (and addicting) to dress up like Superman and Thumbelina for fundraisers. Characters bring smiles to children's faces and bring joy to others. 

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