March 2016 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
Florida Trend looked at the main economic sectors that drive Florida's economy -- how many jobs they account for and how much gross domestic product each sector generates.
Up Front - Publisher's Column
Metro Orlando is thriving, and the March issue of Florida Trend highlights all the exciting developments there, as well as changes in MBA programs statewide.
"I've had about 30 dealerships. We never sold Chevrolet or Cadillac. I think everything else, we sold. It didn't make any difference. Iron is iron. We were selling iron."
Lost and found
A passage in a book leads Vickie Oldham to uncover a haven for former slaves.
Brunch has become the meal that ate the entire weekend, Saturday as well as Sunday.
Running the numbers
More lawyers are using analytics to gain an edge.
Coming soon: Gov. Scott's first appointment to the Florida Supreme Court.
Virtues: Saving, investing and millennials
Young people tend to be targeted mostly with messages encouraging consumption and debt.
The region — encompassing the 2.3 million residents of Orange County and neighboring Lake, Seminole and Osceola counties — is under construction. Facts, figures and other details about metro Orlando.
Across Florida, universities are rolling out a variety of MBA programs to attract working professionals who see the value in the degree.
Around the State
Florida ranches, farms and groves are attracting interest from foreign and institutional investors, says one of the state's leading land brokers..
A look at the economic impact of Miami International Airport — by the numbers.
Lantana's on the road to recovery
Plans for an old hospital help tiny Lantana in Palm Beach County.
Crossing Tampa Bay
The bay area looks to ferry service as part of its transporation picture.
Measure of security
Orlando's theme parks move to thwart terrorist attacks.
TaboLap makes work on the go easier
Lien Hoang has created TaboLap, a dual-function laptop bag with a non-slip, table-like structure and two retractable shelves
Mexico Beach's vote on a proposed hotel makes a statement.
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