Florida Business News
Throughout the state, the construction and hospitality-industry sectors have posted significant job gains in the past year.
BP has done an about-face and has challenged the terms of a multibillion-dollar class-action settlement negotiated back in 2012.
Florida’s Bright Futures scholarship program for university and college students has been on the decline in recent years.
The value of South Florida's trade with the world fell by 7 percent in the first two months of this year, continuing the downward trend of late 2013.
Employers are feeling pressure to increase workers' wages and benefits to stay competitive as the economy continues to improve.
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