Monday's Afternoon Update
What you need to know about Florida today
Rising wholesale prices could push gasoline costs back up
Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg said Sunday that the lowest fuel prices in more than five years are likely to increase because of rising wholesale prices. Crude oil prices have ticked up in the last 10 days, a change that consumers will eventually see at the pump. More at the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
A small company's bittersweet victory over a corporate giant
When small business owner Peggy Barney started A/R Assist Inc. to provide financial services to the healthcare industry, she never imagined she would end up in a nine-year court battle against Fortune 500 giant Xerox Corp. More at the Sarasota Herald-Tribune.
Study: Women make better CEOs of larger companies
We're going to To the Moon, an old-world shop in Wilton Manors where both life and candy are still oh so sweet.
While male CEOs achieve higher revenue per employee in companies with up to 1,000 people, in larger companies, female CEOs achieve up to 18 percent higher revenue per employee than male CEOs. More at the Orlando Business Journal.
UCF seeks expanded entrepreneur program
University of Central Florida is aiming to become a major location for a national entrepreneurial program by the National Science Foundation, called I-Corps. The university is already a pilot location for the program, the first in Florida. More at the Orlando Sentinel.
At tax time -- and all year -- an accountant should be an integral part of your team
There is a big difference between having an accountant do your taxes once a year and having an accountant monitor your operation to ensure you are not blindsided when it comes time to pay the IRS. More from Jerry Osteryoung.
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