Florida Business News
- Tourists back in the Keys, but some residents still haven't recovered from Irma
Six months after Hurricane Irma, the Florida Keys had a busy spring break this year with the return of tourists. But some residents are still living with Irma’s aftermath as a daily reality.
- Miguel Díaz-Canel is the only official candidate for Cuba's next president
Miguel Díaz-Canel, who wasn't even born at the time of the 1959 Cuban Revolution, is the only candidate proposed for president by Cuba's National Assembly.
Economic snapshot of Northwest Florida -- including the Panhandle and Big Bend -- looks at strengths and challenges in the 20-county region.
As golf and local demographics change, many municipal courses are struggling with declining participation and revenue.
Floridians reportedly received the third-highest number of robocalls in the country in March — 244 million.
Florida Trend Video Pick
A NASA spacecraft launched Wednesday evening from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station is expected to discover thousands more families of so-called exoplanets circling bright, nearby stars, some of which might have the ingredients needed to support life.
Should medical marijuana patients be allowed to grow their own pot?