Florida Business News
- How the Florida insurance industry hopes to rein in AOB crisis
Florida's assignment of benefits epidemic is leading to higher insurance rates, reduced coverage and a potential insurance market crisis in the state.
New El Niño forecast, what it means for Florida's hurricane season
Chances that the global climate pattern El Niño will develop this fall were increased in the most recent forecast, boosting confidence in revised predictions for a below-normal hurricane season.
The CEO of Cape Canaveral-based Moon Express is confident that Americans are within a decade or so of returning to the lunar surface — this time to stay.
South Florida’s already-high new home prices could get boosted by the trade war. And this time, the price of the furniture and TVs used to furnish them could rise as well.
A Florida group is launching two petition drives to correct what it sees as the mass disenfranchisement of the Sunshine State’s 3.4 million independent voters.
Florida Trend Video Pick
Organic farmer Tom Stephens proprietor of Homestead Farms shares stories about the history of the land, the plants he grows and the animals that live on the farm in Dunedin
Are you clear on the 13 proposed Constitutional Amendments for this fall's ballot?