Florida Business News
- UF security concerns grow for Richard Spencer speech
Tensions are rising as law enforcement, faculty and students prepare for a white nationalist and self-described leader of the so-called “alt-right,” to speak at the University of Florida.
The Constitution Revision Commission received more than 2,000 ideas from the public for updating the state Constitution. Tuesday, it rejected nearly all of them.
The expansion will create 300 new jobs and invest $10.4 million in the local community.
In Florida, there are nearly 930,000 minority-owned businesses, which make up almost half of the state’s small businesses.
The JEA board of directors unanimously approved a major solar-power program that will invest millions expanding its use of solar panels.
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The misuse of state airplanes was an issue in the 2010 Governor's Race and because of it, the next governor faces a quandary when it comes to traveling the state.
Which side of the NAFTA debate do you fall on?