U.S. employers continued to add jobs at a steady pace and the unemployment rate fell in November, a sign of stronger economic growth.
More than 260,000 Floridians will lose long-term unemployment benefits in 2014 unless Congress extends them before year’s end.
Money for the 44 projects is coming from a $1 billion fund BP created in 2011. Of the projects, 16 have been added in Florida since a preliminary announcement last spring.
Coming next week to FloridaTrend.com:
- Florida Trend at 55 - Florida Trend turned 55 this year. My, how things can change.
- Post-Panamaxed - The post-Panamax in Florida came one step closer to reality in October.
- Special Report: Hospitals - A movement to redesign hospitals is leading to better health outcomes.
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