July 27, 2016
Florida Business News

Amazon to open new Jacksonville center, create 1,500 jobs

Amazon will be establishing a fulfillment center in Jacksonville and creating more than 1,500 full-time jobs. It is the largest single jobs announcement in the city's history.

Lobster mini-season begins with thousands looking for dinner

South Florida’s spiny lobsters will be in high demand by upward of 50,000 divers and snorkelers hunting them through Thursday.

H.I.G. Capital completes sale of Amerijet

Fort Lauderdale-based Amerijet is the leading provider of cargo and logistics solutions to the Caribbean and Latin America.

Rifle Paper Co. expands with new warehouse, offices in Maitland

The growing Rifle Paper Co. will soon be expanding its retail store and design studio in downtown Winter Park.

Travel up at Miami Int’l Airport despite drop in Brazil travelers

More people are traveling through Miami International Airport, despite economic problems in one of the airport's most important international markets.

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