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February 10, 2016

Secrets of a good winelist

Chris Sherman on the features that make a winelist great. First in a series of installments -- see more every Friday through February.

Spotlight on St. Petersburg

Read "The Changing Face of Paradise"

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Hacking as a business model

How some former FSU students launched a sprawling cyber-criminal enterprise.

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Florida Business News

Florida among states with significant drop in uninsured

Eight states, including Florida, saw a significant drop last year in the number of residents going without health insurance.

Report says South Florida housing market overvalued

A new report from Fitch Ratings says South Florida's housing market is among the most overvalued in the nation.

Ohio firm moves headquarters to Tampa

Cohesion, an IT consulting and staffing firm with more than 200 employees, has moved its corporate headquarters from Cincinnati to Tampa.

Florida one of three key markets for new Fifth Third product

Florida is one of three key markets in which Fifth Third Bank hopes to increase the number of consumers it serves.

Health tech investment growing in Central Florida, state

The potential for job growth in the region has experts excited about health tech's future in Central Florida.

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Florida Trend Video Pick

96-year-old Fort Lauderdale Doctor Still Performs Surgery
96-year-old Fort Lauderdale Doctor Still Performs Surgery

Would you allow a 96-year-old to cut you open? There's no shortage of patients willing to go under the knife with Dr. Albert R. Brown, a Fort Lauderdale podiatrist who's been in practice since 1950.

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