December 15, 2017
Florida Business News

Florida’s $1.1 billion Hardest Hit Fund winding down after some hard knocks

In 2010, Florida was in the throes of an unprecedented housing crisis. One in eight homes was in some stage of foreclosure. Today, the foreclosure rate is one in 83.

SpaceX launches, lands reused rocket carrying reused cargo pod from Florida

For the first time since a rocket exploded on Launch Complex 40 in September of 2016, SpaceX has launched a rocket from historic Launch Complex 40.

Gainesville's energy burden

Gainesville’s poorest citizens spend 22 percent of their income on utility bills, a far higher burden than the national average.

Harrison takes medical leave from CSX

Hunter Harrison has taken a medical leave from his position as CEO and president of Jacksonville-based CSX.

Florida lawmakers want stronger college free speech rules amid First Amendment flareups

In the new "campus free expression" bill filed this week is the proposal that no student, faculty member or staffer can materially disrupt a scheduled campus event.

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