July 23, 2014

Tuesday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 2/18/2014

› Univision announces bump in revenues, new digital products
Univision, the New York-based communications company with a large Miami presence, reported gains in fourth-quarter and full-year 2013 revenues. The private media firm also announced a new digital-production unit with a location in Miami-Dade County.

› Private School Scholarships Could Come With New State Testing Requirement
The debate over whether to require students using one of the state’s private school scholarship programs take state standardized tests is flaring up again.

› Volunteer work with Pérez Art Museum Miami has changed lawyer's life
Cultural institutions usually name buildings, wings and spaces for donors who contribute substantive amounts of money. When the Pérez Art Museum Miami opened, it named one space, its Café Lounge, for a volunteer.

› Momentum grows to raise bar for bay area business start-ups
Can regional momentum raise the bar for entrepreneurs? Sure feels that way given the uptick in plans to stimulate start-ups. "I think it's because the economy is better and people are more optimistic and excited about technology," says Heather Kenyon, CEO of the Tampa Bay Technology Forum.

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