Florida Business News
Gov. Scott says he will pursue more workforce training funds for employers and stipends for teachers in the science, math, engineering and technology sector.
Researchers are investigating how publicly funded charter schools affect children, from academic achievement to health.
Florida Blue snagged more than one in three consumers on the health law’s exchange this year, but many could face rate hikes.
76 percent of high-net-worth Florida residents pursue hobby investing, compared with the national rate of 68 percent.
Farm-to-table meals have become so popular that hotels are now getting in the game with an even closer-to-the-source experience.
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