Florida Business News
- Why Florida insurers could double homeowners' rates
Florida has seen its share of calamities, but an "epidemic of insurance claims" could shove the Sunshine State down a financial sinkhole even before the next hurricane hits.
- FBI agents went undercover in Florida's capital for the 'biggest investigation in years'
How three agents posing as businessmen rattled Tallahassee's power center and shook up the race for Florida governor.
U.S. and Australian defense contractors have signed a comprehensive teaming agreement for the sales of products and services in Australia.
The Florida Public Service Commission is meeting to discuss whether — and how much — Floridians will pay for its utilities' nuclear power projects.
Dozens of U.S. trade groups have asked federal rail regulators to investigate Jacksonville-based CSX Corp's "chronic service failures."
Florida Trend Video Pick
Lightning is an accepted hazard in Florida, especially in the summer. Recently, surveillance cameras captured a number of people being hit. Weather experts say lightning deaths have trended down for decades and 2017 could see an all-time low.
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