Florida Business News
- Florida set another tourism record in 2017, in spite of Irma
In 2017, 116.5 million visitors came to the state, which set a record -- despite losing 1.8 million visitors due to Hurricane Irma.
- Constitution Revision Commission narrows down proposals for 2018 ballot
Dozens of proposals that could affect how Florida's government works are up for discussion at the state Capitol at the once-every-two-decades Constitution Revision Commission.
The parent company of Winn-Dixie is bringing its Hispanic grocery concept Fresco y Más to Orlando, two years after launching the concept in South Florida.
Entrepreneurs across Central Florida have opened inns and bike shops in hopes of benefiting from a bike trail that’s carving a path through the state.
When it comes to outfitting officers with body cameras, Tampa Bay is marching in place while the rest of the state is making the devices a standard piece of gear.
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Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and Serena Williams took part in a groundbreaking ceremony at Hard Rock Stadium, the future site of the Miami Tennis Open on March 19, 2018.
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