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October 17, 2018
Florida Business News

Some Panhandle businesses may never recover following Hurricane Michael

Not quite a week following Hurricane Michael the recovery efforts are still underway, but local business community is staring down some trying weeks and months ahead.

Hurricane Michael: In Florida, determining death toll proves elusive

In Florida, a grim task is unwinding slowly: Finding out how many people were killed in Hurricane Michael.

Publix CEO shares insights on competition, customer service and the company's founder

He started as a store clerk. Now, Todd Jones is in charge of an empire that includes more than 190,000 employees and annual revenue of $34.6 billion.

Miami-based Apollo Aviation Group agrees to be acquired by the Carlyle Group

South Florida-based Apollo Aviation Group is a commercial aviation investment and servicing firm with locations in Miami, Dublin and Singapore.

Miami-based facial recognition company Kairos sues outspoken former CEO

Miami facial recognition company Kairos is suing its founder and former CEO Brian Brackeen, an outspoken proponent of Miami’s budding tech scene.

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2018 Miami International Auto Show
2018 Miami International Auto Show

The 48th annual Miami International Auto Show was the first event held at the newly renovated Miami Beach Convention Center on Sunday, October 7, 2018.

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