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April 30, 2016

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| 2/11/2014

› Florida Poly Adds Microsoft to List of Supporters for New Campus
The newest university in Florida has added Microsoft to its list of "industry partners." When it opens in August, Florida Polytechnic University will focus on STEM topics through two colleges, a college of innovation and technology and a college of engineering.

› Why Drive When You Can Fly?
Florida Express Jet Travel, Inc. d/b/a Florida Express Jet today announced that it will inaugurate a low-cost pattern of air service throughout the State of Florida. Initial service will be between Ft. Lauderdale, Orlando and Tallahassee for as low as $69.00 and even includes free Wi-Fi.

› Private Flood Insurance Agency Now Selling in 15 States
A Florida agency selling private flood insurance said it is now selling the coverage in 15 states and making it available to commercial risks and apartment buildings.

› Jupiter biotech company hires dozens, more growth planned
Satish Chandran’s move from frigid Fargo, North Dakota down to Jupiter has resulted in dozens of biotech jobs and he may only be getting started.

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