March 1, 2024
Florida Business News

The highest paying jobs in Florida that don't require a college degree

There are several high-paying jobs in the state that don’t require a degree, and some of these occupations earn more than double the average salary of Floridians who graduated college.

200 jobs saved after South Florida retailer emerges from bankruptcy

A federal court approved a financial reorganization plan that will allow a Davie-based national watch retailer to emerge from bankruptcy.

Orlando Health confirms 4 measles cases, but there’s no local spread, state officials say

Orlando Health has seen four confirmed measles cases at its Central Florida emergency departments within the past month, the hospital system says, but state officials say there is no outbreak in the Orlando area.

The St. Pete Grand Prix failed 3 times. Why did the 4th succeed?

When the IndyCar Series returns next week for its March 10 season opener, it will mark the 20th consecutive running of what’s now called the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.

FIS CEO touts renewed focus in her second year

As she begins her second year as CEO of Fidelity National Information Services Inc., or FIS, Stephanie Ferris says she believes the Jacksonville-based financial technology company is back on track.

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