January 21, 2018
Florida Business News

Florida businesses created nearly 30,000 private-sector jobs in December

The state gained 205,000 jobs during 2017. Florida’s annual job growth rate, which is 2.8 percent, continues to exceed the nation’s rate, which is 1.6 percent.

Cuba’s tourism is booming despite Trump’s tougher policy

2017 was a record year for tourism, with 4.7 million visitors pumping more than $3 billion into the island’s otherwise struggling economy.

PGA Tour reveals plans for new Jacksonville headquarters

The PGA Tour unveiled plans for its expansive new global home, which will consolidate area staff under one roof in Ponte Vedra Beach.

Kissimmee research facility BRIDG, Siemens to announce deal

BRIDG and Siemens will develop so-called “digital twins,” or virtual replicas of physical assets, for the semiconductor industry.

Why Miami could still be a winner even if it loses the Amazon headquarters

Miami was always seen as an underdog for Amazon’s headquarters, given its thin roster of heavy corporate hitters and low marks on certain urban perks, like a vibrant transit system.

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