March 2018 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
New Media Stars
Four Floridians are among those making a living from YouTube.
Seven years ago, Kyle Talyor had five digits' worth of debt. Since then, he has converted a personal blog about scrimping into a company approaching $40 million in annual revenue.
Mosaic: Next Chapter
The successful Streamsong development has provided the phosphate mining company with part of the template for its future, but not the whole plan.
A Quick Study
What's new among Florida MBA programs and profiles of 10 MBA professors.
The Not-Fake Media
New media stars, cancer researchers and MBA professors fill the pages of Florida Trend’s March issue.
Chefs are taking their creations outside central cities.
“A laryngologist can’t look at your throat and say, ‘Oh, you’re good.’ They can’t. They don’t know. Singing is a mystery, and that’s one of the wonderful things about it.”
Turning Back the Clock
A challenge to the way the Department of Revenue issues 'final assessments' on corporate taxes still reverberates.
Nearly two-thirds of Americans say they never take public transportation.
Re-engineering T-cells to attack tumors proves successful at fighting cancer.
The FDA takes a broader approach to approving drug therapy.
From drug treatments to preventive medicines, researchers tout advances in cancer care.
A new initiative targets treatment and prevention abroad.
M2Gen's CEO wants to take personalized cancer treatment to the masses.
Cancer treatment now comes with music, pet therapy, yoga and more.
An Embry-Riddle research project tests how T-cells change in space.
Around the State
Home Building for a Cause
Non-profit Techo allows builders here to tackle poverty in Latin America
A divorced dad wanted to make post-split responsibilities less contentious.
Legal marijuana creates another business line for Vincent Corp.
Turning Gamers into Fans
The Orlando Magic hopes to cash in on a new spin on video gaming.
Chemical Break Down
A Gainesville couple's company targets oxalate overload.
RSAE Labs' devices make shipping cargo-tracking easier.
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