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June 29, 2016

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Women leaders in Florida

81% of women leaders in Florida are projecting moderate or substantial growth. read more >

Whose benefits?

Several months ago, I had a pest issue and agreed to an “assignment-of-benefits” contract with a pest control company, letting the company deal with my insurer on costs. read more >

Women leaders in Florida

Profiles of several women leading Florida businesses read more >

Nicole Johnson is a ‘Florida Icon'

The former Miss America, age 42, is a health educator and lives in St. Petersburg, Florida. read more >

Inside scoop on the Top 350

This year's biggest public and private companies list includes 10 public firms with more than $10 billion in sales and 52 private companies with at least $1 billion in revenue. read more >

Doctor, doctor: Two south Florida physicians are also authors

Two south Florida physicians have parlayed their medical expertise into parallel careers in the publishing and media worlds. read more >

Ron Magill is a ‘Florida Icon'

Zoo Miami Goodwill Ambassador, Miami; age 56 read more >

A tribute to a friend: Cliff Hinkle

Florida had Cliff as a friend long before I did. read more >

A warm welcome to Florida

Business is booming in Lee County and Fort Myers, with Fortune 500 company Hertz leading the way. read more >

Artis Gilmore is a ‘Florida Icon'

Member, NBA Hall of Fame; special assistant to the president, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville; age 66 read more >

Florida's healthy moves

Florida has been wise to invest heavily in airports and deepwater ports. Our special Economic Backbone feature?? shows just how important these assets have become. read more >

Expectations in Jacksonville

When Tim Cost became president of Jacksonville University in 2013, he began asking questions that seemed obvious. Why were there so many bare patches on campus lawns where grass should have been growing? Why was there no representation of a dolphin — the school's mascot — in any prominent place? read more >

Syd Kitson on Babcock Ranch

Syd Kitson, Chairman and CEO of Kitson & Partners and incoming Chair of the Florida Chamber of Commerce, discusses his real estate company's signature planned community, Babcock Ranch read more >

An Interview with George Billiris

Sponge industrialist, Tarpon Springs; age 89 read more >

Putnam County's coal plant is in the crosshairs

New EPA rules hit Florida's rural population hard. read more >

Downtowns rising across Florida

Downtowns are booming all across Florida. While we all know about the development craze in Miami, Florida metro areas from the Atlantic to the Gulf also are surging. read more >

Interview with George Hanbury of NSU

George Hanbury, president & CEO of Nova Southeastern University, talks about what sets NSU apart, details the university's future enrollment plans and discusses the feature benefit of the school's "dual admission" program. read more >

Virtues: Saving, investing and Millennials

Young people tend to be targeted mostly with messages encouraging consumption and debt. read more >

Frank Morsani is a ‘Florida Icon'

Auto dealership entrepreneur, philanthropist, Tampa; age 84 read more >

Boundless: Florida is a state of excitement

With no Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico or Everglades to hem it in, Orlando's potential is boundless. read more >

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