August 4, 2021
Florida Business News

Florida hospitals struggle to retain enough nurses

Especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, nurses have gone above and beyond. Just as we need them the most, the on-again, off-again nursing shortage is on-again, and it is not slowing down anytime soon.

Goliath grouper fishing may be allowed in Florida again after 30-year ban

Florida is considering allowing limited catch of Atlantic goliath groupers, fish that can grow up to eight feet long and weigh 800 pounds.

Orlando Creative Village developers unveil $250M in construction for 2022

Ustler Development and The Allen Morris Company has revealed plans for another luxury apartment tower, an office building and a hotel as the next wave of projects move forward in downtown Orlando’s Creative Village.

Some face mask policies are changing at Tampa Bay entertainment venues

In light of new federal health guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that suggest some vaccinated people should resume wearing masks indoors, local attractions and museums are revisiting their policies on face coverings.

Former Google exec named to Hertz board

Hertz Global Holdings, about a month after emerging from bankruptcy, has named former Google executive Jennifer Feikin to its board.

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