September 17, 2014

Mike Vogel

Florida Trend South Florida Editor • mvogel@floridatrend.com

Mike Vogel
Mike Vogel

Mike Vogel has reported and written about business in Florida for more than 20 years. He works from Broward County. He is a graduate of West Virginia University and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and, prior to joining Florida Trend in 1999, worked for newspapers in southeast Florida, North Carolina, Georgia, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

Articles by Vogel:

Home on the (bombing) range
A 106,034-acre site in rural central Florida is routinely bombed, blasted and shot to pieces.
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Tradition in St. Lucie County is poised for big growth
Signs point to a Tradition growth spurt, consulting firm predicts.
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Grocery wars in Florida: Publix vs. Walmart
Walmart and Publix go toe-to-toe for grocery shoppers in Florida and other markets where the two compete.
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All not aboard with FECI's passenger rail
Florida East Coast Industries' plan to bring private passenger rail service from Miami to Orlando is hitting resistance. Some communities along the proposed route for All Aboard Florida have voiced concern over everything from noise to safety to property values.
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Is Florida the corruption leader? It depends
Depending on how it's measured, Florida is either No. 1, No. 13 or No. 26 when it comes to public corruption.
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CEO Lorna Taylor has a clear vision for Premier Eye Care
CEO Lorna Taylor focuses on what she calls the triple bottom line: People, planet, profit.
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Downtown West Palm Beach gets a housing boost
West Palm Beach's condo and apartment market is surging.
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Going overseas for students
Florida schools find students - and revenue - overseas.
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Meet Eckerd College President Donald Eastman
Donald Eastman has put his St. Petersburg school back on solid financial footing while emphasizing liberal arts and traditional classroom instruction.
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The $10K bachelor's degree
As the price of tuition and fees for a four-year degree at a state university climbs above $24,000, there's no denying the curb appeal of the $10,000 bachelor's degree.
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