March 24, 2018
Florida Business News

H. Wayne Huizenga, billionaire entrepreneur and sports icon, dies at 80

Huizenga, who died Thursday in Fort Lauderdale, was the only entrepreneur ever to launch three Fortune 500 companies: Waste Management, Blockbuster and AutoNation.

Florida businesses created 25,000 private-sector jobs in February

Florida’s annual job growth rate of 2.2 percent continues to exceed the nation’s rate of 1.8 percent.

Is Florida off the table for oil drilling? Public remarks confuse the question

Since declaring a deal with Gov. Rick Scott in January, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has been less than clear. "Florida did not get an exemption," Zinke said Thursday.

After Uber crash, Florida still welcomes free-range robot cars

Florida has been trying to lure self-driving cars to the state for testing on public roads, shaping laws that are much more lax than places like California and New York.

South Florida congressman goes from A grade from NRA to proponent of gun control

Florida Congressman Brian Mast (R-18th District) had the coveted seal of approval — an “A” grade — plus campaign cash from the politically potent National Rifle Association when he was elected to Congress 17 months ago.

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