August 21, 2014

The subplot thickens in legislative
primary battles

In photo:
Jack Negron, left,
and Jack Latvala

[Photos by Scott Keeler/Tampa Bay Times]

Shining Example

Great Bay Distributors' solar roof will be the largest in the state.

LaShawnda Jackson is driven to succeed

Attorney LaShawnda Jackson’s memory of her father propels her to succeed.

[Photo: Norma Lopez Molina]

Florida Small Business



Find out what to file and where to file it, when establishing a corporation in Florida.

Waiting for its ship to come in

Jacksonville's riverfront needs redevelopment.

Taking notice of Little Havana

Little Havana catches
developer's eyes.

Florida Business News

States encourage businesses to use crowdfunding

Regulations governing the use of crowdfunding to raise money from investors vary from state to state as the practice gains in popularity.

Florida leads the nation in all-cash home purchases

The top six metro areas in the country for those types of home sales were all in Florida.

How to select the right entity for your business

Due to the fluid nature of businesses, the advantages and disadvantages of different entities are not always clear.

Two-thirds in Florida choose Medicaid plan

Only about one-third of Medicaid recipients transitioning into managed care statewide chose their own health insurance plans.

Miami-based Movéo car service expands to Colombia

Movéo, a global luxury ground transportation company based in Miami, announced it is expanding into Colombia, with access to more than 300 executive vehicles.

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After meeting with climate scientists, what should Gov. Scott's next move be?

  • Take action: He should adopt recommendations and move quickly to avoid greater disaster and economic problems.
  • Remain neutral but at least make a statement addressing concerns.
  • Take no action. Gov. Scott has more important, more immediate matters to attend to.

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