May 22, 2015
Florida Business News

Feds offers plan to solve Florida budget mess

The administration agreed Thursday to extend Florida's federal hospital funds for two years, but only at about half last year's amount.

Brace yourself for a busy Memorial Day weekend

All indicators point to more people hitting roadways and hopping on planes this year to celebrate the holiday.

Applications for U.S. jobless aid up, but from very low level

More Americans sought unemployment aid last week, though the number of applications remains at a historically low level.

Opinion: How to attract new business to Florida

Financial incentives are often misunderstood and viewed, by some, as unnecessary in an attractive state, such as Florida.

Florida python invasion: ‘No going back’

Florida’s invasive Burmese pythons pose a grave threat to the ecosystem as scientists say their population is spiraling out of control.

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