Florida Business News
- Florida is back in the land conservation business
Florida is making a major investment in conservation, but environmental advocates still accuse the state of ignoring a constitutional amendment that earmarked money for land acquisition.
In Miami, MCM thrives on big county contracts. Now it faces the FIU bridge catastrophe
The bridge catastrophe threw a spotlight not just on Munilla Construction Management's large projects, but on its ties to Miami’s political circles as well.
After perking up for a few years during and immediately after the Great Recession of 2008- 09, ridership has fallen off at most transit systems in the state.
What was once a sprawling tomato field near Homestead is being turned over in stages for a new crop: Atlantic salmon.
Thousands of people with Temporary Protected Status work in Orlando’s tourism mecca along International Drive or around the theme parks and the convention center.
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For cosplayers, it's rewarding (and addicting) to dress up like Superman and Thumbelina for fundraisers. Characters bring smiles to children's faces and bring joy to others.
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