Florida Business News
Buyers and sellers of real estate are applauding a plan to scale back a federal flood insurance law that critics said threatened to undermine the real estate recovery throughout Florida.
Paul Quin was a professional drummer long before he became an attorney and his previous career is music to many of his clients' ears.
Read about legislation that would exempt more than 2,100 businesses from paying corporate income taxes, and see our Legislative Roundup.
The influence of the SAT, formerly known as the Scholastic Aptitude Test, has been on the wane for years. So SAT test-makers have gone back to the blackboard.
As she has with many other commodities this winter, Mother Nature has thrown a wrench in the Florida and Mexico tomato deals.
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In advance of the MacDill AFB AirFest, the 6th Air Mobility Wing conducted a training exercise to prepare first responders in case of an actual emergency during the air show on March 22 and 23.
Are you OK with allowing gambling resorts in Florida? (outside Seminole land)