Florida Business News
- Final forecast brings close to gloomy citrus season
The Florida citrus season is ending on a sour note, with growers on track to produce just under 45 million boxes of oranges.
Tax breaks proposed for businesses affected by Lake Okeechobee discharges
The "Toxic Algae Tax Relief Act," if approved, would authorize the treasury secretary to designate areas that face "significant economic hardship" from the presence of toxic algae bloom.
The coastal ecologist and professor at Florida International University tells us: "They call Florida the Sunshine State. I think it ought to be called the Beach State."
The proposal on the November ballot would allow charter school organizers to bypass local school boards.
Florida’s only remaining harness racing venue is headed for some big changes. It's about to shed more than 50 years of relics at an upcoming auction this August.
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Florida Supercon was held this weekend at the Broward County Convention Center.
Is your business able to spend more (i.e. on staff or equipment) because of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act?