Florida Business News
- Florida has settled only a single storm-related price-gouging case
Florida got thousands of complaints about price-gouging when Hurricane Irma hit, but so far Attorney General Pam Bondi's office has settled just one case.
Citrus forecast drop spurs more calls for federal relief
Florida agriculture leaders say the latest projected decline in citrus production underscores a dire need for federal disaster relief after Hurricane Irma.
The question for the Gillum gubernatorial campaign: Can a candidate who should be the darling of the Democratic base raise enough money to stay in the race long enough to make his case?
Less than halfway through Florida’s lucrative stone crab season, traps are drying up, dealing another blow to a fishing industry still recovering from Hurricane Irma.
A proposal to give Floridians the right to “a clean and healthy environment” by placing it into the state’s constitution is being debated in Tallahassee this week.
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Every year, for the past 28 years, Delwyn Collins, kitchen assistant at Tampa General Hospital, purchases hundreds of toys to donate to Foster Angels of Hillsborough County.
Fallout from #MeToo: Should people in positions of authority err on the side of caution and stop taking solo meetings?