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October 19, 2017
Florida Business News

Florida workers' compensation rate cut eyed

Fewer workers are filing workers' compensation claims, helping lower the costs Florida employers will pay for insurance next year.

Florida officials travel to Cuba despite attacks that sickened U.S. diplomats

Delegations from St. Petersburg and Tampa were in Havana Wednesday to discuss the U.S. embargo and President Donald Trump's new U.S.-Cuba policy.

Lowe's hiring 3,000 people in Florida

Lowe's is looking to hire more than 3,000 employees in Florida as part of the retail chain's plan to help communities bounce back from Irma.

Florida congressmen hope to arm more veterans with tools for getting job-ready

Two freshman Florida congressmen are teaming up to sponsor a bill to help local veterans find a path after the military.

Prosecuting human trafficking in Florida

In 2016, the National Human Trafficking Hotline fielded 550 case calls from Florida, up from 412 cases in 2015.

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