October 16, 2017
Florida Business News

On heels of citrus crisis, Florida talks hemp

Could industrial hemp be Florida’s next big crop? Maybe. But it’s going to take two years to find out.

Florida gas prices drop 25 cents on average over past month

Gas prices are on a downward tear post-hurricane in the Sunshine State, and motorists can expect another drop soon.

Buckland to lead JAX Chamber in 2019

JAX Chamber announced that BB&T Market President Debbie Buckland will serve as its 2019 chair.

Groundbreaking set today on Braves’ new spring-training complex

A groundbreaking ceremony will be held Monday for the Braves’ new spring-training complex in southwest Florida.

Small Business Advice
Alternate source of funding for startups and early-stage companies

Most startups and very early-stage companies with very little financial history generally find most traditional funding sources – banks – closed to them.

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Why jobs of the future won't feel like work
Why jobs of the future won't feel like work

We've all heard that robots are going to take our jobs -- but what can we do about it? Innovation expert David Lee talks about staying relevant in the age of robotics.

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