September 3, 2015

Wednesday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 11/21/2012

› Obama appoints Harris CEO to administration post
President Barack Obama on Tuesday announced the appointment of Harris Corp. President and CEO William M. Brown to the President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee.

› OJ futures surge on cold Florida winter forecast
The price of orange juice surged Tuesday as balmy weather in Florida failed to quell concern about an expected winter freeze that could damage the state’s orange crop.

› Florida population estimated to hit 19.4M by Dec. 1
Florida is forecast to have 19.4 million residents by Dec. 1, which ranks the Sunshine State No. 4 among the states based on population, a new On Numbers analysis shows.

› High-tech production company moving headquarters to Lee County
With more than 20 years of experience, Entertainment Metals operates a high-tech production facility that is flexible and quickly adaptable to meet specific customer needs. Manufacturing capabilities span a broad range of industries including, but not limited to; audio, video, broadcast, touring, theatrical, systems rental, and install.

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