October 1, 2020
Florida Business News

Without state coronavirus rules, businesses left to decide what is safe

Florida’s reopening of restaurants and bars appears to be creating a rift through Florida’s hospitality industry. Some restaurant and bar owners are eager to press forward. Others remain more cautious.

Thousands of Florida ballots may not be counted until after election night (and that’s okay)

Still, many expect Florida will know before the sun rises on Nov. 4 whether Donald Trump or Democratic nominee Joe Biden has won the state.

Hertz CFO resigns six weeks after getting the job, loses bonus

Eric Esper has resigned as CFO of Hertz Global Holdings — six weeks after being promoted to the position at the car rental giant, working its way through bankruptcy.

When cruises resume, here's how it will be a very different experience for passengers

Cruise ship passengers will see a host of changes to their vacation experience when cruising resumes — from boarding to departure and everything in between, including on shore excursions.

Florida hotels look to Congress amid job losses

Nearly 40 percent of hotel workers in Florida have lost their jobs because of the coronavirus pandemic, and industry lobbyists warn that could reach 70 percent this winter without further assistance from Congress.

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