September 3, 2015

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Florida's Largest Public Companies

The chart below previews the top 50 companies on Florida Trend's 125 Biggest Public Companies list. Read more »
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Florida's Largest Private Companies

This chart previews the top 50 companies on Florida Trend's 225 Biggest Private Companies list. Read more »
Published on 9/23/2014

Florida's Business Incubators

Business Assistance and Funding - Business Florida 2014 Read more »
Published on 9/27/2013

Florida's Largest Private Companies

Ranked by 2012 revenue. Read more »
Published on 9/27/2013

Florida's Largest Public Companies

List of top Florida Public Companies, ranked by 2012 revenue. Read more »
Published on 9/27/2013

Florida's Venture Capital Firms

A list from Business Florida 2014 Read more »
Published on 9/27/2013

Florida's Venture Capital Firms

A list from Business Florida 2013 Read more »
Published on 9/20/2012

Florida's Largest Private Companies

Ranked by 2011 revenue. Read more »
Published on 9/20/2012

Florida's Largest Public Companies

List of top Florida Public Companies, ranked by 2011 revenue. Read more »
Published on 9/20/2012

Florida's Business Incubators

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Published on 9/20/2012

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2015 Florida Bar Annual Convention: State Of The Florida Bar Address
2015 Florida Bar Annual Convention: State Of The Florida Bar Address

Florida Bar Past President Greg Coleman gives the annual State Of The Florida Bar Address during General Assembly at the 2015 Annual Convention in Boca Raton.

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