Florida Business News
- Investors start cleaning up with disaster-recovery boom
Billions of dollars of insurance money will be flowing into damaged areas of Florida to clean up and rebuild after Irma. Investors are watching and getting involved.
- Darden earnings disappoint as hurricanes cut into sales
The two storms closed hundreds of restaurants and may have resulted in nearly $5.6 million in lost profits.
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International, Orlando International Airport, and Tampa International Airport are three of the top five least expensive airports in the nation.
Florida's constitution is open to change in a rare citizen-based process this year. Florida is the only state in the country that has this unique path to legislation.
The first State of Florida-backed bridge loan was presented this week to the owners of a restaurant in St. Augustine.
Florida Trend Video Pick
Part game, part urban planning sketching tool, "Cities: Skylines" encourages people to use their creativity and self-expression to rethink the cities of tomorrow.
Are you still being cautious to prevent mosquito-borne diseases? (i.e. protective clothing, insect repellent)