Florida Business News
- How a group of Florida tomato growers could help derail NAFTA
A group of Florida growers are pushing for tough new protectionist measures against their Mexican rivals — so tough, in fact, that their demands threaten to wreck the negotiations.
- Irma insurance claims near $5 billion
Potential insured losses from Hurricane Irma in Florida now approach $5 billion with homeowners accounting for 66 percent of the claims so far.
Among the more than 700 public proposals for changing Florida's Constitution, dozens of them weighed in on how the education system should change.
Gov. Scott declared a state of emergency in Alachua County three days ahead of a scheduled speech by the white nationalist Richard Spencer.
Aquaculture farmers may work with water instead of dirt, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have a tough row to hoe.
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Port Canaveral presented their strategic master plan Monday to the public. A capacity crowd attended the meeting.
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