August 23, 2014

Thursday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 3/6/2014

› Greencore wants new tax incentives to help it exceed new-job projections
A growing employer on Jacksonville’s Northside expects to exceed the new-job projections it made in January and is asking for more tax incentives from the city.

› Merchants challenging Florida's law against credit card swipe fees
Two law firms filed constitutional challenges in Florida, Texas and California on behalf of merchants seeking to overturn the states' law prohibiting credit card swipe fees.

› A look at SunRail Phase 2 by the numbers
SunRail trains are set to begin shuttling passengers from Volusia County to Seminole County and Orange County in just two months — and now Osceola County is a step closer to the action.

› What Are Business Schools Like at Universities With the Best Sports Fans?
Business school students have a lot to consider before choosing the right school – cost, quality of the faculty, course topics, facilities, the school’s reputation. How about the fanaticism of the sports fans?

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