May 29, 2015

People Archive

Spotlighting Jacksonville

Jacksonville is a great place to visit — and also a great city in which to live, build a career and raise a family. It's a city on the move. read more >

Schools out, but far from over

At this time of year, with school years concluding and graduation ceremonies everywhere, it's hard not to think about the teachers who've had a lasting effect on us. read more >

Roland Martin is a Florida ‘Icon'

Professional fisherman Roland Martin, 75, shares his life story. read more >

Design trends in real estate development

These executives answered: What design changes are coming to new Florida development? read more >

Statute of limitations

The case for trading with Cuba read more >

The business of cancer therapy

In the May 2015 issue of Florida Trend, we look at the business of cancer therapy. Also, Florida Trend associate editor Jason Garcia traveled to Cuba and reports on the challenges and opportunities that are coming as the U.S. eases toward better relations with that country. read more >

Florida Icon: Derrick Brooks

NFL Hall of Fame linebacker; founder, Brooks DeBartolo Collegiate High School charter school, Tampa; age 42 read more >

Creating healthier communities

There's a dawning recognition in some parts of Florida that community design affects more than how a place looks and how it functions economically. read more >

Florida gains momentum

Florida is on a roll. Economic activity is picking up across the state, and Florida now has surpassed New York as the third most populous state in the country. read more >

An interview with Annika Sorenstam

The retired professional golfer has turned her efforts toward business and says, "A lot of people think, ‘oh she's coming back.' But I don't need to." read more >

Iconic Florida developer H. Irwin Levy

Attorney, Century Village developer, West Palm Beach; age 88 read more >

Corrections course for Florida's lock ‘em up prison system

Florida, like the rest of America, has chosen to incarcerate a disproportionately large part of its population. read more >

Playing catch-up with early learning in Florida

The state spends less per child on pre-K today than it did in 2005-06. read more >

‘Alligator' Ron Bergeron

Businessman; commissioner, Florida fish and Wildlife conservation Commission, Fort Lauderdale, Age 70 read more >

Universal fun in Florida

In the February 2015 issue of Florida Trend, we turns our focus to a competing theme park that is coming on strong — Universal Studios — and what might be labeled the “Universal decade.” read more >

Fruitless: Chasing the yellow dragon

Decisions by Govs. Jeb Bush and Rick Scott to reject plans for a high-speed train between Tampa and Orlando are looking to be wise choices – especially in light of what California is going through... read more >

Howard Schnellenberger is a Florida 'Icon'

Football coaching legend lives in Boynton Beach; age 80 read more >

Trevor Burgess - Wage Champion

C1 Bank's CEO set the tone on a living wage policy. read more >

The Mormon Church - Land Lord

The Mormon Church became Florida's largest private landowner in 2014, now owning more than 670,000 acres. read more >

John Morgan - Impact Player

The attorney left his stamp on Florida in 2014 by supporting Charlie Crist and marijuana. read more >

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