July 29, 2014

An issue of elites
in Florida


A column by

Andy Corty

Driving profits:
Today's car business in Florida


Billion-dollar auto dealership groups in Florida face challenges.

Maintaining peak performance


A look at Florida’s
executive health
centers.


[Photo: Pritikin
Longevity Center]

Florida attorneys find rewards in pro bono work


Karen Buesing worked 180 pro bono hours last year.

[Photo: Alex McKnight]

Ebb and flow: Managing Florida's water supply

A column by
Mark Howard
Mark Howard

[Photo: Carlton Ward, Jr.]

Plans for former Pensacola airport site take off


Part of a regional news roundup for Northwest Florida.

Florida's mid-year job growth steady


An economic report from
Florida TaxWatch

Florida Business News

Florida exports up 10.4 percent

The latest international trade numbers show that $5.22 billion worth of goods left Florida for international markets in May.

Contracts to buy U.S. homes slip in June

Fewer Americans signed contracts to buy homes in June, as the real estate market appears to have cooled off this summer.

Florida 2014 legislation will reduce revenue by $550 million

Both state and local coffers will shrink as a result of legislation that was passed earlier this year.

Florida Trend Exclusive
Q&A with Best Company HR professionals

Florida Trend asked HR professionals at some of Florida's Best Companies to Work For to answer three questions.

Crist And Scott could make history by being so unpopular

Charlie Crist and Rick Scott are teetering on becoming the least-liked pair of candidates for any governor’s race in the past 10 years.

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Florida now selling device built to scare off sharks
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