March 2015 Contents
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Health Care: Alzheimer’s
A little-known Sarasota group is among the bio-research efforts in Florida that are targeting Alzheimer's.
A 2013 U.S. Supreme Court ruling could lead to a first-of-its-kind floating home development in south Florida.
Most schools now offer students opportunities to focus their MBA studies on a specific industry.
"I’ll be keeping a close eye on what the state does to create headwinds for Enterprise Florida now that the energetic Gray Swoope is gone."
“I’m from Scranton, Pa. I was going to Cornell law school, just finished my second year, got married and came to Florida on my honeymoon in June of 1950...”
Feld Entertainment - Big top for the big top
Feld Entertainment fnds a home in Manatee County spacious enough to house its giant productions.
When two of the biggest food trends collide — the booming demand for local ingredients and big-city celebrity chefs — it’s joyous confusion.
Attorney Laura Ganoza finds a way to meld her expertise in law with her love of fashion.
Florida, like the rest of America, has chosen to incarcerate a disproportionately large part of its population.
Legislative Preview 2015
Republicans solidified their control of the legislature, but look for a battle against Gov. Rick Scott.
Beyond the Florida legislature's presiding officers, a handful of members in each chamber wields considerable influence.
Is a move into the ranks of lobbying a natural transition or an effort to cash in?
Around the State
Flipping newspaper ownership
A raft of Florida’s smaller newspapers has its second new owner in less than five years.
Miami’s new code puts a priority on design.
Compound share program is designed to accelerate drug discovery at Florida universities and non-profits.
The Tampa Bay Partnership is looking for a new leader and increased impact.
Buddy Dyer’s next political move
A 2005 arrest may be the determining factor in what the mayor does.
Bridge repairs were quick — but who is going to pay?
John Finch saw a need for reliable transportation services along the northwest Florida coast.
The Chinese connection
Miami real estate agents set their sights on Chinese buyers.
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