November 2016 Contents
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Throughout Florida there are pockets where educators have innovated to better serve students.
Florida’s life sciences industry is progressing — despite some high-profile failures.
Principals are the key element in improving a school, but their powers are limited.
Following the lead of colleges and universities, K-12 schools in Florida are enrolling record numbers of foreign students.
A future in Florida schools
Education has always been of great interest to me. I've thought that after my career at Florida Trend I might like to run a school...
Snooty: The face of Manatee County
A quirky art installation off I-4 has an uncertain future.
"My dad made me work from the time I was 13. I mean I tied steel, dug ditches, laid block. I got to lean all that stuff. So I built a house when I was 19."
Vegetables are taking center stage at many restaurants around Florida.
Laying down the law
Some firms are scrapping traditional approaches to case management, becoming more agile in the process.
Fundraising became so complicated that a former legislative aide built a sophisticated computer program to track all the checks.
The presidential race became a referendum on the validity of the political process itself.
Bob Dutkowsky runs what's about to become Florida's biggest company — 'and nobody knows we exist.'
Green Development and Sustainability
Babcock Ranch: A place in the sun
Babcock Ranch's solar center will be ready for the community's first residents next year.
Around the State
Miles of aisles
Bulk Nation is among a dozen grocery chains that either have started in Florida or expanded into the state over the past decade.
Venezuela’s economic decline poses challenges for U.S. companies there.
An investors group wants to develop a major data storage facility.
Targeting millennials for growth
Miami’s Related Group looks to the Tampa Bay area for opportunities.
Orange County is on track to provide every student with a computer.
An Amazon facility bolsters Jacksonville’s standing as a logistics center.
DeTect adapts its bird-tracking radar
Panama City-based DeTect has evolved to track airborne drones.
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