Tuesday's Afternoon Update
What you need to know about Florida today
Gov. Scott calls for $470 million tax cut
Gov. Rick Scott on Tuesday proposed a $470 million cut to a state tax that consumers pay on cell phones, landlines and TV services. The Governor's Office said a family spending $100 a month on cell phones and cable or satellite TV would save about $43 annually from the reduction. More at the Orlando Sentinel.
More stores aim for 'manly' men's market
For a generation, men's retail has been geared toward technology and sports. But with slim-cut suits finding their way back into style and beards gaining in popularity, men's boutiques and barbershops are finding a growing audience. More at the Orlando Sentinel.
Business strategies you need to know about in 2015
Because of how quickly technology and information spreads it’s more important than ever to make sure you stay up-to-date on the latest business strategies. More from Forbes.
Experts weigh in on the value Doral paying $2.5 million to host Miss Universe
Doral officials are convinced that Sunday’s Miss Universe pageant will pay major dividends for the city because of the worldwide media attention and the 600 million viewers expected to watch on television. More at the Miami Herald.
Aircraft overhaul firm to expand in Miramar
Kellstrom Defense Aerospace, a military aircraft repair and overhaul company, will expand its South Florida operations to the IDI Corporate Park in Miramar. Kellstrom's customers include Lockheed Martin and Northrup Grumman. More at the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
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