April 16, 2014

Wednesday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida Today

› Space Coast snaps up prescription discount card
Local response to the program, a partnership between the National Association of Counties (NACo) and Caremark, is so great that Brevard regularly ranks among the top users of the card in the country.

› Analysts ask: Does Darden have too much on its plate?
Darden Restaurants wrapped up its latest purchase of another chain last week, but some analysts are starting to wonder whether the world's largest casual-dining company is getting too big for its own good.

› Latin media confab set for Miami Beach
A Miami Beach conference will try to measure the effectiveness of one of the hottest niches of the moment: Latin American media. “Is Latin American media fit to compete?” is the theme for this year’s Festival of Media LatAm conference, which is set for Sept. 23-25 at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.

› No bounce for Romney in Florida
Public Policy Polling's newest Florida poll, conducted completely after the Republican convention, finds no change in the Presidential race there. Barack Obama leads Mitt Romney 48-47, exactly as he did on the last poll of the state five weeks ago.

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