Florida Business News
- Legislators push back on tax cuts
Legislators make some progress in repairing safety net programs, but tax cuts, hometown projects draw more attention.
- As the sharing economy grows, so do the scam attempts
In addition to millions of customers, the so-called sharing economy has attracted scammers trying to grab a piece of the action.
Almost half of those currently employed in the U.S. are at risk of being put out of work by automation in the next decade or two.
As Publix enters new markets in the Carolinas, Tennessee and Virginia, the company is going up against brands it has never before competed against.
The Florida Department of Education on Friday released the 2015 School Accountability Reports and District Grades.
Democrat's turn: Who do you think will ultimately be the Dems nominee for the 2016 presidential race?