September 23, 2014

Tuesday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 10/23/2012

› Despite lack of title sponsor, PGA Tour will remain at Innisbrook in 2013
Despite the lack of a title sponsor, the PGA Tour will remain at Innisbrook in 2013. The PGA is expected to release its 2013 schedule in the next few days, and the newly named Tampa Bay Championship will be played March 11-17, the same spot it has occupied since becoming part of the Florida Swing in 2007.

› Business groups propose alternative to 'wage theft' ordinance in Broward
As the hot-button issue of "wage theft" comes before the Broward County Commission again on Tuesday, local business groups are offering an alternative. The $175,000 in proposed county funding to battle wage theft should be given to Legal Aid to represent unpaid workers, the Fort Lauderdale Chamber and other business groups said on Monday.

› Naples airport terminal missing more than just commercial airlines
Commercial airline service isn't all that's missing at Naples Municipal Airport. The commercial terminal at the airport has had vacant spots for business for five years. And it could remain that way until the Naples airport lures more commercial carriers.

› Unicorp sells retail centers for $263 million
Orlando-based Unicorp National Developments Inc. has sold six shopping centers, including five in Central Florida and one in Virginia, to San Diego-based Excel Realty Trust for $263 million. Unicorp has been working with Excel for about 10 months on a deal for the centers, which were 96 percent leased.

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