Florida Business News
Florida's economy is more than holding its own within the context of a lackluster, 6-year-old U.S. recovery.
For nearly a decade, Florida has barred its universities from spending any money to send students, faculty or researchers to Cuba.
As the 2015 legislative session stumbled to a close Friday, Gov. Rick Scott's agenda lay in shambles.
Advantageous exchange rates and rising prices are driving Canadians to unload properties they picked up during the depressed housing market.
A single clause in the Cuban Adjustment Act of 1966 has enabled Venezuelans, Mexicans, Brazilians and others to enjoy its benefits.
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