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February 9, 2016

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| 9/12/2013

› More delays ahead for Florida's small business health insurance marketplace
As federal insurance exchanges prepare to go live in a matter of weeks, Florida’s own state-based insurance marketplace is still trying to get off the ground.

› Universal Orlando wants to add thousands more hotel rooms
Universal Orlando is likely to add thousands more hotel rooms in the coming years, as Central Florida's No. 2 theme-park resort continues to an aggressive expansion, a top executive said Wednesday.

› RTI passes follow-up inspections
RTI Surgical announced Wednesday that it received a clean bill of health from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration after follow-up inspections this week to see if the biotech company had corrected environmental monitoring at its Alachua tissue processing facility.
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› Military tech company bringing high-paying jobs to South Florida
Cyalume Technologies Holdings is moving its headquarters from Massachusetts to Fort Lauderdale, where it will create 25 high-paying jobs with help from public incentives.

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