October 18, 2019
Florida Business News

Census is yet another worry for Florida Panhandle after Hurricane Michael

In the places where Hurricane Michael hit hardest, officials the 2020 U.S. Census could record their population as unusually low, skewing federal funding and political representation for up to a decade.

Intelligent growth for AI-powered business software firm

Tampa-based tech startup CoLabs has been on a fundraising tear, raising $6.2 million from investors to support IntelAgree, its Software-as-a-Service platform.

Buying vowels, solving puzzles: ‘Wheel of Fortune’ auditions coming to South Florida

Fans of buying vowels, solving puzzles and watching Pat Sajak and Vanna White can look forward to the arrival of “The Wheelmobile" in South Florida.

Florida's honey bees facing multiple threats

One of the foundations of American agriculture is under attack on several fronts. The victims - bees.

Broward will use artificial intelligence to improve your commute. Think of it as the ‘county brain.'

With little room left to widen roads to reduce congestion, Broward County is turning to artificial intelligence to shorten commuter drive times.

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Florida man's Stranger Things display steals Halloween
Florida man's Stranger Things display steals Halloween

A Florida man and his two sons decided to take Halloween decorating to a new level and recreated Castle Byers from "Stranger Things" in their front yard.

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