January 18, 2019
Florida Business News

Foreclosures drop to lowest level since 2005 nationwide, but in Florida they are rising

Filings picked up 13 percent last year in Florida, the epicenter of the foreclosure crisis a decade ago. The state registered one of the highest foreclosure rates in the nation in 2018.

U.S. might allow lawsuits over U.S. properties nationalized in Cuba

The Trump administration appears poised to enact a long-frozen clause within the Cuban Embargo that would allow Americans who had property nationalized in Cuba to sue those now profiting from it.

Orlando's economy is expected to keep growing in 2019 — but some areas will see a slow down

Bolstered by population growth at a rate that far outpaces most cities in the nation, Orlando’s economy is expected to forge ahead in 2019 with continued diversification.

FPL plans to add 30 million solar panels in Florida by 2030

Florida Power & Light Co. announced a major solar plan this week, vowing to install more than 30 million solar panels in Florida by 2030.

CSX delivers quarterly profit in line with Wall Street views

CSX Corp. delivered a fourth-quarter profit of $843 million, which was lower than last year when tax reforms were approved but in line with Wall Street expectations.

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