September 22, 2014

Wednesday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 4/2/2014

› Spanish Broadcasting System delays earnings report
Miami-based Spanish Broadcasting System delayed its fourth-quarter and full-year 2013 earnings call, scheduled for Tuesday. The company reported that it needed more time to file its year-end numbers “due to unanticipated delays in resolving the accounting treatment of certain deferred tax assets.”

› Corporate donation to FIT worth $24.1 million
The Florida Institute of Technology announced this week that it's receiving a corporate donation package that will greatly improve course offerings in manufacturing technology.

› Savant automation tech to be built into Florida townhomes
Savant, one of the top brands in the home automation and control business (or what they call “smart home technology”), just announced that its newest product line, Smart Series, will be present at Lennar for Landmark, an 1,800-unit community in Doral.

› South Florida companies penalized for gold, precious metals scheme
Several South Florida companies were penalized in civil court for causing investors to lose money in illegal gold and precious metals deals.

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