Florida Business News
- New poll shows Trump leading Clinton in Florida
The Manhattan billionaire leads the former secretary of state among Floridians likely to vote, 45 percent to 43 percent, according to Bloomberg.
- Google Fiber puts the brakes on plans to lay super-fast Internet network in Jacksonville
Google’s parent company is halting operations and laying off staff in a number of cities where it once hoped to bring high-speed internet access.
One of Florida’s largest for-profit charter school management companies has long enjoyed considerable influence in the state Legislature.
Government programs are available with financial incentives to growers to replant trees lost to the fatal bacterial disease citrus greening.
Orlando-based Pasta Chips announced a new investment to help it expand in stores like Walmart, Costco and Safeway.
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In a Winn-Dixie strip mall just off the Overseas Highway, a storage room at the National Key Deer Refuge visitor center has become the first stop in an expanding campaign against a ghastly screwworm infecting the planet’s last herd.
Are you voting for - or against - Florida's Amendment 1, the "Rights of Electricity Consumers Regarding Solar Energy Choice"?