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October 16, 2018
Florida Business News

Harris to merge with L3 Technologies, becoming one of Florida's largest companies

Harris Corporation and L3 Technologies are set to merge. The global defense technology firm will be based out of Melbourne, Florida.

Hurricane Michael, algae crisis tests resiliency of Florida tourism business

Devastating hurricanes, dead fish on the beaches and green slime in canals and rivers: Florida's No. 1 industry just can't catch a break.

From ‘unknown’ to wealthiest Hispanic-American — and now, he’s moving back to Miami

Marcelo Claure, the Miami investor now overseeing Softbank Group as well as the Beckham soccer stadium proposal, may soon be a household name in his adopted hometown.

Florida businesses band together against offshore drilling

The Florida Gulf Coast Business Coalition is officially launching an alliance of coastal business owners and leaders opposed to offshore drilling off Florida’s Gulf Coast.

Nielsen, University of Florida create a virtual grocery store

A partnership between Nielsen and the University of Florida led to development of a grocery store in a simulated 3D environment.

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