April 22, 2021
Florida Business News

To beat coronavirus, herd immunity is the goal. Can Florida get there?

The rollout of coronavirus vaccines in Florida was heralded as a light at the end of the tunnel for a pandemic that has upended normalcy and killed 35,000 people in the Sunshine State alone. Now comes the question of just how long the tunnel is.

Florida restaurant employees receive surprise $1,000 bonus for work during pandemic

A hospitality group in Florida is thanking their employees for their work during the pandemic.

From roses to weed: Apopka flower grower moves into the medical marijuana business

Dewar Nurseries, which first opened in the early 1960s, is a partner in Sanctuary Medicinals in Florida, which runs the Apopka marijuana cultivation facility. It is one of the latest entries into the growing medical marijuana business in the state.

After years of cuts, CSX adding train staff

CSX Corp. reported lower first-quarter earnings and revenue April 20 as harsh winter weather affected the railroad’s rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Southwest Florida manufacturer, even after pandemic dip, sold in $4.3 billion deal

New Port Richey-based Welbilt Inc., a maker of foodservice equipment, has been sold. Illinois-based Middleby Corp., which also makes foodservice equipment, acquired the company in an all-stock deal.

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