July 24, 2014

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Will Short Gorham | 8/29/2012

› Younger workers likely to leave jobs after 2 years
At a time when many laid-off workers have to take a pay cut to land a new job, members of the millennial generation are jumping ship from their companies after just two years, according to new studies.

› Workers-turned-entrepreneurs creating jobs
Several South Florida workers who climbed the ranks of big technology companies have become entrepreneurs and are now creating jobs in the region. The entrepreneurs say their transition from corporate life to company owner has been both challenging and rewarding. While they know technology, they've needed help with marketing, financing and networking to build their businesses.

› Harris stock rises on new deals, dividend increase
Riding a month-long surge, Harris Corp.'s stock price hit a new 52-week high for a second straight day Tuesday, even as some defense-related stocks struggle to find traction.

› Gator fans to find sleeker, more modern stadium Saturday
From grass to graphics, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium has undergone a makeover this summer. The changes come after the struggles of the football team and economy helped snap a 137-game sellout streak last season.

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