Florida Business News
- Visa program that has funded Florida business projects at risk
The EB-5 visa program, which has funneled hundreds of millions of dollars in overseas cash into Florida business development will expire on Sept. 30 unless Congress renews it.
- Southwest Florida small businesses focus on narrow categories and special services
From a cupcake shop to a flag store, there’s room to grow even for small businesses in specific markets in Southwest Florida.
With the hurricane season expected to heat up soon, one of Florida’s largest power companies is completing a massive 14-year upgrade.
Honeybees are integral to Florida’s agriculture, pollinating crops such as citrus fruit, apples, nuts, avocados, soybeans, and cucumbers.
The City of Tallahassee is walking away from a 90-year-old hydroelectric facility as it prepares to triple its solar generating capacity within two years.
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Ruth Campbell retired last month as director of Homestead’s Historic Town Hall Museum . . . at the age of 97. She was known as the grande dame of Homestead after serving the city for more than seven decades.
Are you concerned proposed changes to federal civil forfeiture policy could be used by agencies to sidestep Florida's asset seizure laws?