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Southeast Florida Newsmakers

John Textor, Robert Runcie and Joe Rooney Read more »
Published on 12/26/2012

Triton Submarines

When you're in the business of making $3-million personal luxury submarines, you need to do everything you can to broaden the market. Read more »
Published on 12/18/2012

Florida Crystals' Room to Grow

The Treasure Coast has two sites vying to capitalize on the needs of hemmed-in ports trying to increase the volume of goods they handle. Read more »
Published on 11/28/2012

Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza

A coal oven heats to 800 degrees, enough to cook a pizza in 4 minutes and enough to propel Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza from a single store to a 35-store chain. Read more »
Published on 11/16/2012

Main Street to Wall Street

Inside an otherwise standard suburban office building in Boca Raton runs a “Main Street” with a salon/barber shop, fitness center, doctor’s office, massage therapy, chiropractor, Starbucks and a cafeteria. On... Read more »
Published on 10/31/2012

Big Exit, Big Opportunity

The end of the BankAtlantic community bank era in Florida means big opportunity for its buyer, North Carolina-based BB&T. Its acquisition of the Fort Lauderdale-based lender shoots it from 11th... Read more »
Published on 10/17/2012

Windows of Opportunity

Miami-Dade is one of the largest deposit markets in the nation. Read more »
Published on 10/10/2012

Southeast Florida

Fort Lauderdale, Jupiter, Key West, Miami, Palm Beach, Port St. Lucie Read more »
Published on 9/20/2012

Regional Snapshots - Palm Beach County

Four New York area hedge funds, anticipating higher taxes, relocated to Palm Beach and West Palm Beach this year. A high vacancy rate and distressed assets continue to pressure rents... Read more »
Published on 9/8/2012

Seaworthy

Marine researchers at Nova Southeastern University’s oceanography division like to tell stories about how scientists there used to take five-gallon buckets to the ocean, a short hike away, to get... Read more »
Published on 8/29/2012

ScheduALL

Making the Olympic Games coverage run on time proved fruitful for Hollywood-based ScheduALL. The privately held software company’s products allowed NBCU to manage its London Olympics coverage. It’s a high-profile... Read more »
Published on 8/28/2012

'B'ing the best

Ricky Wade owns and operates 10 McDonalds Read more »
Published on 8/7/2012

Rental housing booms

Profile of Mo Abbas, Coral Gables developer Read more »
Published on 7/31/2012

Calvin, Giordano & Associates

A South Florida business profile Read more »
Published on 7/19/2012

Trashed: Plan to use plasma technology for garbage disposal

St. Lucie County's plan to convert garbage to gas has been trashed. Read more »
Published on 7/10/2012

Joining the Club

Club Med has a new upscale strategy in St. Lucie County Read more »
Published on 6/13/2012

Lainhart & Potter

The 119-year-old lumber company has been sold Read more »
Published on 5/30/2012

The Florida Koch: William I. Koch

A look at businessman, art collector and political donor William I. Koch. Read more »
Published on 5/23/2012

MoneySaver Coupon Book

A business profile Read more »
Published on 5/8/2012

Southeast Florida Economic Indicators

Businesses to watch, people to watch, issues to watch and what's hot - what's not. Read more »
Published on 4/3/2012

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