February 2016 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
Three former FSU students are accused of being part of a wide-ranging criminal enterprise conducted through cyber-space.
Insiders — whether maliciously or unknowingly — are responsible for a quarter of all data breaches at companies.
Two cyber-laws businesses need to know about.
Four industries most at risk for cyber-attacks.
A frustrating, but necessary, cost of doing business.
Cyber-security at Florida's public and private universities.
Hospital chain HCA and the state Department of Revenue are fighting a decade-long battle over the company's tax bills that shows no signs of letting up.
Up Front - Publisher's Column
A focus on protection
Florida Trend's publisher talks about cyber-security, Florida surpassing 20 million residents, and a special section on St. Petersburg.
Alto 'Bud' Adams Jr.
"A deer with a rack of horns or a wild turkey, oh I love to shoot them, but a bear is too much like a man for me to want to go up and shoot him."
A campus done Wright
Florida Southern College's Frank Lloyd Wright architecture continues to attract both students and visitors to the school.
Chefs are creating their own charcuterie in restaurants — and homes — across Florida.
A Miami attorney sees opportunity in social media law.
Roiled over ROI: Measuring return on public incentives
Gov. Scott proposes reducing the return on investment requirement for economic development handouts.
Helping the homeless in Florida
However well-intentioned, the traditional approach to helping chronically homeless people back into society hasn't worked.
A look at Florida's telecom business — from Smart City Networks and EnableSoft to merger news and tax breaks.
Next generation business leaders need to consider things their parents didn't have to worry about.
Get to know St. Petersburg, Florida — including people to know, profiles of leading employers, lists of educational opportunities, the arts scene, and more. [Sponsored]
Around the State
Topgolf is driving for dough
A chain of jazzed-up driving ranges is seeing the kind of growth in traffic that traditional golf courses envy.
The art of the deal
Art fairs around Miami post record attendance.
Flush with evidence
A study of pollution in the Indian River Lagoon identifies a new source.
Flesh, blood and plastic
Patient simulators are poised for broader acceptance in medical training. A Sarasota firm expects more business.
State transportation officials are planning for a future of connected and driverless cars.
FaverGray of Jacksonville Beach is cashing in on the boom in student housing across the country.
FloridaWest, Escambia County's lead economic development alliance, has rolled out a plan to develop a 1,760-acre industrial park about 10 miles north of Pensacola.
Poynter's new direction
Journalism school Poynter institute looks abroad for customers.
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