September 23, 2014

Wednesday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 10/10/2012

› Miami Heat in China: Players scale new heights
As the Miami Heat begins its weeklong trip throughout China, it’s about more than exhibitions with the Los Angeles Clippers, it’s also about growing the sport, the NBA and, of course, expanding the brand and business of the NBA champions.

› Jeb Bush says Romney would 'unleash' entrepreneurs
Former Gov. Jeb Bush, campaigning for Mitt Romney Tuesday, said a Romney administration would "unleash the animal spirits of the country" with his plans to deregulate business and simplify taxes.

› Development debate: Who will set the agenda for building future Boca?
The plan to transform the city's last open parcel into a hive of commercial and residential activity has been put on hold indefinitely, but the debate over how Boca Raton should grow looks to be heating up.

› Companies preyed on struggling homeowners, FTC suits allege
The Federal Trade Commission said Tuesday it filed lawsuits in Florida and two other states against a series of companies, accusing them of preying on homeowners facing foreclosure.

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