July 2016 Contents
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Florida's 350 Biggest Companies
Florida Trend's annual list of the biggest public and private companies in the state.
Ranked by revenue.
Ranked by revenue.
81% of women leaders in Florida are projecting moderate or substantial growth.
Floridians now have more choices than just state-run Citizens. A cohort of homegrown property insurance companies has emerged in Florida.
Inside scoop on the Top 350
This year's biggest public and private companies list includes 10 public firms with more than $10 billion in sales and 52 private companies with at least $1 billion in revenue.
Cassadaga's mediums take what they do seriously, struggling against perceptions of the community as an oddball tourist attraction.
"Standing on a stage in a swimsuit is very not normal. But ... the judging of the woman who is standing before you in a swimsuit has nothing to do with the swimsuit."
A Cut Above
Florida's restaurants now offer a host of alternatives to traditional steak.
Each time it seems to die, a road project in Polk County rises again.
Assignment-of-benefits controversy is just the latest chapter in the never-ending trench warfare between the plaintiffs' Bar and insurance industry.
The Legal Issue
Companies and law firms that need money for long, expensive legal cases are turning to litigation lenders for cash.
Two attorneys and a COO start a legal funding firm in Boca Raton.
Lawyers who specialize in patent, trademark and copyright disputes are in high demand.
Among Florida's appellate courts, the 1st is the only one whose judges have all been appointed by Republican governors.
Florida's biggest law cases this year.
UF law school's new dean aims to put admission standards 'back on track.'
Florida's Legal Leaders
Legal Elite 2016
This year's list of the state's stop lawyers, named by their peers.
Around the State
Retailers benefit from the lottery's big payouts
The Keys are feeling the effects of a jump in visitors.
Flight of Ambition
St. Lucie has big plans for its small airport.
The Tampa Bay Times buys the 121-year-old Tampa Tribune.
Economic development rides SunRail's coattails.
JaxPort's dredging effot gets all the attention, but a small project will have a big impact
Proactive: Promoting job growth
Rural Homes County eliminates an impediment to job growth.
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