August 2016 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
Florida's Best Companies
100 companies made the cut in our 8th annual Best Companies To Work For In Florida rankings.
Cornhole, Table Tennis and Team-Building
So-called 'consumer-driven health plans' are gaining popularity, but cost savings for companies are uncertain.
Only one of the 100 Best Companies has a pension available to the mass of its employees
Florida's Great Northwest
This month's issue features an in-depth look at the Emerald Coast of northwest Florida, which is enjoying a renaissance, and you'll also want to read about the Florida firms on our Best Companies To Work For list.
"Dancers are smart. You think they're all objects or something, but they're smart."
Popping the cork
Sommeliers are in demand around the state
The Florida Bar's emphasis on affordability
The Bar's new president takes aim at the ‘justice gap' and diversity challenges.
Generational differences in Florida
Over time, persistent "discomfort" becomes the same thing as bigotry.
Troy Taylor is acquiring the rights to the sales, manufacturing and distribution of Coke products for most of Florida.
The PResidential Race
Purple state, high stakes for Florida
This election year features a blizzard of races that could reshape both state and national politics. Nobody knows what to expect.
The northwest Florida coastal region is focusing its development efforts on diversification.
Advances in proton therapy make treatment more widespread and less costly.
Around the State
The number of Florida distilleries is growing thanks to regulatory changes.
A loss of higher-paying jobs, and a variety of rising economic barriers threatens mobility and equity.
Development in Hallandale is returning in force.
USF's "Course correction"
USF's medical simulation center switches strategies.
Coming together after tragedy
The mass murder in Orlando highlights the region's multicultural makeup.
The food network in Jacksonville
A group of Jacksonville businesspeople shares a common bond: Food and networking.
Drawing a line in the sand
Walton County grapples with beach public access questions.
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