March 1, 2017
Florida Business News

Florida GOP leaders appear fractured ahead of session

A philosophical schism is plaguing a fractured Republican Party leading up to what insiders characterize as potentially one of the most contentious legislative sessions in modern history.

Gas prices projected to rise 30 cents per gallon this month

Motorists across t Florida could face the highest average costs seen in March since 2014.

OneWeb will break ground Friday on Florida satellite plant

OneWeb said it will break ground on its high-volume satellite manufacturing facility near Kennedy Space Center.

TIAA president says company is committed to Jacksonville in pending acquisition of EverBank

Roger Ferguson Jr., president and CEO, reiterated the company’s commitment to keeping all Jacksonville banking operations headquartered in the city.

Sarasota County endorses initial agreement with Atlanta Braves

The initial agreement, known as a term sheet, outlines some of the basic finance, construction and operating commitments for the total $75.4 million baseball stadium.

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Richard Gonzmart, president of the Columbia Restaurant Group, and artist Jason Hulfish hold a news conference to show off the restored Three Little Pigs figurines from the former Fairlyland at Lowry Park. 

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