March 27, 2015

A place at the table

The Tampa Bay Partnership is looking for a new leader and increased impact.

[Photo is of Brian Lamb, chair, Tampa Bay Partnership]

Food, worshipped


Local ingredients +
celebrity chefs =
a joyous dining

[Photo is of Michael Mina and Don Pintabona, the stars behind Locale in St. Petersburg, Florida.]

Corrections course for Florida's prison system

A column by

Mark Howard

MBA programs go beyond the core

UF's MBA in real estate is only offered to full-time students.

[Photo: UF]

Iconic Florida developer H. Irwin Levy

Attorney, Century Village developer, West Palm Beach; age 88


A raft of Florida's smaller newspapers has its second new owner in less than five years.

The Chinese connection

Miami real estate agents set their sights on Chinese buyers.

[In photo, Shanjie Li, CEO of American Da Tang Group]

Florida Business News

Florida boasts nation's fastest growing metro areas

Three months after Florida displaced New York as the nation's third most populous state, new numbers show Florida's booming metro growth.

Housing market improving, but affordability could be an issue

While affordability remains in an acceptable range, it is trending higher, the result of rebounding home prices.

Connecting small businesses with All Aboard Florida

South Florida subcontractors and small businesses will have a chance to work on All Aboard Florida's flagship terminal.

Made in Brevard aims to jump-start local manufacturing

"Made in Brevard" aims to inspire Brevard County consumers to shop local and to instill pride in the creators of Brevard-made products.

Is your boss judging you?

If people don’t quit their jobs, they quit their boss. How do you become a boss that workers refuse to leave?

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Super Termites Found in South Florida
Super Termites Found in South Florida

Scientists in Florida have tracked the development of a new hybrid species of termite — one whose colonies grow twice as fast as the parent species.

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