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| 4/28/2014

› Orlando Health reports third growth quarter in a row
Non-profit hospital chain Orlando Health reported its third positive financial quarter in a row on Friday, for the period ending March 31. Growth in income follows a rough mid-year in 2013 that saw cutbacks including pay cuts.

› Jacksonville University business school developing global reach into commerce
There’s a lot of talk lately about Jacksonville being a bigger player in the world of international business. It’s more than just talk.

› eMerge conference aims to jump-start local tech hub
A movement to make South Florida a technology hub for the Americas kicks off its first conference this week, aiming to draw more than 3,000 people from entrepreneurs to investors to students — from Broward and Palm Beach counties and from around the world.

› End of session immigration feud reflects GOP divide
Florida’s two Republican presiding officers not only represent the Legislature’s two chambers, they are a reflection of the generational and ideological differences that make up today’s Republican Party. As legislators enter the final week of the session, those differences will be manifest in the debate over the most divisive issue this session.

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