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Published on 9/1/1999

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How Many Malls?With developers bidding for retail dominance in fast-growing Broward County, a turf battle erupts.A high-stakes battle has erupted between two shopping mall development companies over a tract of... Read more »
Published on 8/1/1999

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Trouble in ParadiseWith the outside world lapping at its shores, an enclave of million-dollar condos debates its future.Even an "Island Without Bridges," as Miami-Dade County's ultra-exclusive Fisher Island bills itself,... Read more »
Published on 7/1/1999

Stuck in the Slow Lane

Tolls, taxes or both? That's the question Miami-Dade County officials are debating as they race to meet an October deadline for securing new taxes or other locally generated funds for... Read more »
Published on 6/1/1999

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Developer's Worst Nightmare?The Miami Circle controversy reveals the hidden hazards of land development.By David Villano Permits are in place, so is the financing. Construction crews are standing by. Now if... Read more »
Published on 5/1/1999

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Broward County -- Despite job growth in Broward of a healthy 2%, a $60,000 study recommends the county concentrate job creation efforts in three industries: information technology, medical technology and... Read more »
Published on 4/1/1999

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Preserving Paradise?"Wastin' away again in Margaritaville" is OK, as long as you stay in a hotel or motel. That's the message from Monroe County officials who recently passed an ordinance... Read more »
Published on 3/1/1999

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Pressing MattersHeeding a call for higher earnings, the Miami Herald reinvents itself. How does a company increase sales while downsizing? That's the challenge of new Miami Herald publisher Alberto Ibarg?en.... Read more »
Published on 2/1/1999

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Boca Raton -- Sensormatic Electronics (NYSE-SRM) is cutting 100 U.S. jobs, including 50 in Florida. Another 200 will be cut in Europe. The worldwide manufacturer of shoplifting-detection devices and other... Read more »
Published on 1/1/1999

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Baseball - If You Build It, we will come. That's the message from Boca Raton businessman John Henry, who struck a deal to acquire Major League Baseball's Florida Marlins for... Read more »
Published on 12/1/1998

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FARMLAND - Battle lines are being drawn over a proposed $100 million bond issue to preserve farmland in Palm Beach County's 21,000-acre Agricultural Reserve. With farmland fast falling to development... Read more »
Published on 11/1/1998

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Port of Miami - A high seas fire and a federal indictment and fierce offshore competition haven't been enough to sink the Port of Miami. Through three-quarters of fiscal year... Read more »
Published on 10/1/1998

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Corruption Enough! That's the message from business and civic leaders in Miami-Dade County, fed up with a seemingly endless parade of public officials indicted on criminal charges. Among the latest... Read more »
Published on 9/1/1998

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BOCA RATON -- Philadelphia-based Careers USA, a national staffing firm, is relocating its headquarters here, a move expected to create 50 new jobs.With hopes of emerging from Chapter 11 bankruptcy... Read more »
Published on 8/1/1998

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DELRAY BEACH After just 16 months, Sunbeam Corp. (NYSE-SOC) is relocating its corporate offices from Delray Beach to a site just west of Boca Raton. The new facility will accommodate... Read more »
Published on 7/1/1998

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BOCA RATON Cary, North Carolina-based FAC Realty Trust, a shopping center real estate investment trust, announced plans to acquire 11 shopping centers in the southeastern U.S., valued at nearly $100... Read more »
Published on 6/1/1998

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BOCA RATONCross Country Staffing, the nation's largest medical staffing firm, announced plans to consolidate operations at a new headquarters. The company expects to add more than 50 employees over the... Read more »
Published on 5/1/1998

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BOCA RATON -- Database Technologies, a provider of online services to investigative agencies, announced it will relocate from Pompano Beach to Boca Raton. The move is expected to bring more... Read more »
Published on 4/1/1998

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COCONUT CREEK -- The nation's third-largest used-car retailer, Grand Rapids, Michigan-based Driver's Mart, opened its first Florida outlet and will compete with AutoNation USA and CarMax. FORT LAUDERDALE -- H.... Read more »
Published on 3/1/1998

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SOUTHEAST AVENTURA - The Fidelco Group, Westminster Homes and Bellemead Development Corp. closed on a construction loan from Hypo Bank-New York for $91 million - reportedly one of the largest... Read more »
Published on 1/1/1998

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