September 23, 2014

Report: Women's heart health

Find out what's being done in Florida to combat the No. 1 cause of death for women.

[Photo of Dr. Claudia Martinez-Bermudez by UF]

Computer simulation firms
go commercial

At UCF, Greg Welch
uses robots for training.

Community portrait of Florida's heartland

Economics, demographics,
people to know, quality of
life and much more!

[Photo is of Streamsong golf resort]

The chef checks in

Hotels across Florida
are turning food into
a major attraction.

[Photo of Chef
Chad Johnson
by Edmund Fountain
of the Tampa Bay Times]

A look inside
the University
of Miami's
Brain Bank

This story is part
of a regional news
roundup for Miami-Dade.

Meet the Bar's
new president,
Gregory W. Coleman

Coleman has a new focus:
Helping those who can't
afford an attorney.

Florida Business News

Treasury moves against 'inversion' deals

The Treasury Department announced new rules, effective immediately, that will reduce the tax benefits available to companies that have inverted.

Tumultuous search for FSU president comes to end

Florida State University's tumultuous search for a new president is expected to come to an end this afternoon.

How to help a co-worker who is burning out

Burn out has ended more than a few careers. In most companies, hard work is rewarded with more work.

Short-term leases don’t scare away temporary Halloween stores

For some vacant properties around Florida and the nation, the Halloween season can be a treat.

Rick Scott-Charlie Crist race is one big marketing campaign

Florida's governor's race is now a $50 million-plus commercial spectacle, with more than 71 percent of that spending by Gov. Rick Scott.

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Florida Trend Video Pick

Closing credits roll for 30-year video store
Closing credits roll for 30-year video store

The Video Shop Super Store, a video rental store in Lake Worth for more than 30 years, is closing its doors as fewer and fewer people rent movies, opting for online streaming instead.

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