February 6, 2023
Florida Business News

Florida's workforce ended the year larger than New York's for first time ever

Florida's economic boom pushed the Sunshine State above New York in the number of employed workers at the end of the year for the first time in 2022.

Florida gasoline prices down in past week

Prices at the pump in Florida dipped during the past week, a trend expected to continue in the short term after increases in January.

Tampa insurtech startup continues to acquire policies from rivals

Slide, an insurtech startup founded by former Heritage Insurance Holdings CEO Bruce Lucas, has acquired exclusive renewal rights for more than 91,400 Florida homeowners insurance policies.

Recent UF graduates break into space industry with innovative, low-cost business model

A pair of recent graduates from the University of Florida have found themselves in uncharted territory now working in tandem with the country's newest military branch − and it somehow started with a bottle of hot sauce.

Princess Cruises reveals more details for Florida-bound Sun Princess

Bringing back the popular name Sun Princess, the 175,500-gross-ton, 21-deck vessel is headed for Port Everglades after a summer season sailing in the Mediterranean in 2024.

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