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November 20, 2018
Florida Business News

Red tide raises the stakes for Small Business Saturday

Could Florida's small businesses that have suffered because of red tide be in for a happy holiday after all?

Tampa Bay trade mission to Chile nets more than $3 million in export sales

Global Tampa Bay hosted a trade mission in October to Santiago, Chile, that has produced $3.35 million in future sales and economic activity for participating companies.

Hurricane Michael: FEMA offering jobs in Florida

In Florida communities recovering from Hurricane Michael, FEMA is seeking applicants for job openings meant to be “opportunities for survivors to help other survivors.”

FPL parent to acquire underwater transmission cable system for $1 billion

A subsidiary of NextEra Energy has agreed to acquire a San Francisco Bay-area underwater transmission cable system for about $1 billion.

Brightline-Virgin rail service from Tampa to Orlando has estimated cost of $1.7 billion

The company hopes to launch rail service along the Interstate 4 corridor from Tampa to Orlando in 2021 and it expects ridership to take two years to ramp up.

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