September 2016 Contents
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The son of German immigrants has become a billionaire in Naples by combining hard-nosed business tactics with a Euro-style workplace to dominate the arthroscopic surgical instrument market.
Florida’s life sciences industry is progressing — despite some high-profile failures.
A research institute retreats from central Florida. Some see a failure of public incentives. Others point to evidence that the deal has helped create a healthy and growing life sciences landscape in the state.
A new research center at Nova Southeastern includes a partnership with the Swedish institute that awards the Nobel Prizes.
Universities around the state are adding faculty.
The latest in research being conducted around Florida.
Research success in Florida
While Arthrex in Naples is a shining example of a Florida research-oriented success story, the medical device maker is not the only one...
Art installation is up in the Air(stream)
A quirky art installation off I-4 has an uncertain future.
Dan 'Tater' Porter
"Them bulls will hurt you, boy. They’re made for eating, not for riding."
Turning up the heat
The latest grills give restaurateurs new options.
Trading in ignorance
On issue of trade, both current presidential candidates traffic largely in misperceptions, fears and anxieties.
Florida's power companies have become active players in economic development efforts.
Around the State
Listen to the music
Florida hosts a cohort of music festivals that compete in a crowded live music scene.
With Beckham’s team waiting in the wings, Miami FC hits the field.
Bloom blame in the Indian River Lagoon
Florida researchers look for links between environmental factors and brain diseases.
Local backlash leads Sarasota County to nix an incentives package for a relocating firm.
Orlando extends its growth eastward.
A major development project is shifting attention north of Jacksonville.
The mouse that roared
Perdido Key comes to terms with the tiny beach mouse.
A south Florida attorney specializes in cases involving funeral negligence.
A set of legal and political maneuvers may enable a Hillsborough County legislator to evade term limits and serve a 14-year term.
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