February 27, 2015

Will Short Gorham

Florida Trend Online Editor • wgorham@floridatrend.com

Will Gorham
Will Gorham

Will Gorham is online editor for Florida Trend. He creates the magazine's two daily e-newsletters, The Daily Pulse and The Afternoon Update. Prior to working for Trend, Will was a news researcher for the Tampa Bay Times and Politifact.com, a speechwriter at The University of Mississippi and a staffer in the United States Senate. He has degrees in classics and creative writing and lives in St. Petersburg with his wife and two daughters.

Articles by Gorham:

Afternoon Update: Foreclosure rate falls nationally, but Florida still trending up
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Daily Pulse: Florida looking at state budget surplus
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Afternoon Update: Help wanted ads increase in Florida
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Daily Pulse: Heading south, but stopping short of Florida
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Afternoon Update: Florida and other southern states lead job openings
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Daily Pulse: Another 'lost decade' for Florida's middle class?
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Monday's Daily Pulse
Afternoon Update: More innovative startups calling Florida home
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Daily Pulse: Opportunities for small business as Florida grows
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Afternoon Update: Florida's number of planned job cuts declines
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