July 28, 2014

An issue of elites
in Florida


A column by

Andy Corty

Driving profits:
Today's car business in Florida


Billion-dollar auto dealership groups in Florida face challenges.

Maintaining peak performance


A look at Florida’s
executive health
centers.


[Photo: Pritikin
Longevity Center]

Florida attorneys find rewards in pro bono work


Karen Buesing worked 180 pro bono hours last year.

[Photo: Alex McKnight]

Ebb and flow: Managing Florida's water supply

A column by
Mark Howard
Mark Howard

[Photo: Carlton Ward, Jr.]

Plans for former Pensacola airport site take off


Part of a regional news roundup for Northwest Florida.

Florida's mid-year job growth steady


An economic report from
Florida TaxWatch

Florida Business News

Companies increasingly fish for growth overseas

U.S. companies are starting to reap their most rapid growth in fertile lands of opportunity far from home.

Retailers scale back sales expectations for this year

A projected strong second half of 2014 won’t be enough to offset the hit retailers took from harsh winter weather.

Florida's lawyers scrap for piece of a shrinking legal pie

Does Florida have too many lawyers? Since 2000, the number of licensed attorneys has swollen from 60,900 to 96,511.

Women lead top construction projects

Construction is still a male-dominated industry, but two women are calling the shots at some of the largest construction projects in South Florida.

Five things to know about Amendment 2

What would legalized medical marijuana mean for patients, the health care industry and the burgeoning pot industry?

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