Florida Business News
- What historically high lumber prices mean for Florida home buyers
Blame a lack of rail cars and semi trucks, forest fires in western Canada, new U.S. tariffs. Now high lumber prices are affecting Florida's housing market.
Citizens considers hiking homeowners insurance rates about 8 percent
For the second year in a row, Citizens Property Insurance Corp. is asking state regulators to approve hefty rate hikes because of an abundance of non-weather claims that end up in court.
The raw emotions over President Donald Trump's "zero tolerance" policy on immigration swept across the Florida political landscape Tuesday and threatened to reshape the dynamics of a pivotal midterm election.
State and federal programs set to launch this fall could help expand apprenticeships to new industries and enable more workers to earn pay while working toward a better job.
When Floridians head to the ballot box in November, they will encounter one of the longest lists of proposed constitutional changes in decades, including a number that deal with taxation.
Florida Trend Video Pick
A massive VB-10000 vessel spending a few days at the Port of Pensacola waiting out rough seas. Although it looks a bit like a roller coaster, it's actually a ship used in offshore oil operations.
Are you optimistic that you'll have the financial resources for a comfortable retirement?