May 2018 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
Florida and Florida Trend have changed a lot in 60 years.
Politics, demographics, the economy and headlines.
Some employees have been with their companies from the beginning.
What Florida looks like today — the ZIP codes most/least like Florida overall.
Perspectives on the future.
Five trends that will shape Florida.
Six Floridians to keep an eye on.
The odd news makes the headlines, but the state excels in important areas.
He started three Fortune 500 companies — all from Florida.
As the first and oldest regional business magazine in North America, we've had a great run...
Happy Hour – On Steroids
The old happy hour buffet and two-fer drinks are gone.
“Florida has a very heavy frontier heritage. It was under-populated for so long. It didn’t have much in the way of legal culture. Almost everybody was from somewhere else.”
Arrows and Wheels
Playing to the base may work well in the primaries, but it's driving many voters to register as NPA.
Economic Backbone: Transportation
GA Telesis likes its prospects in South Florida.
CitiMoov wins recognition for its app aimed at encouraging carpooling.
Northwest Florida gets a boost as two more aerospace companies move in.
Jacksonville's elevated rail system may make way for an autonomous vehicle system.
The cross-state bike/hike trail is now 80% complete.
Summer Getaway Guide 2018
This special section is full of ideas to inspire your next vacation or business getaway!
Around the State
Hakan Baykam wants to make Miami a fashion industry center.
A Broward non-profit trains people with disabilities for the workforce.
Meals and Wheels
Auto dealership dining evolves beyond vending machine fare.
A Brilliant Move
UCF will lead a team overseeing Puerto Rico's iconic Arecibo Observatory.
UF cybersecurity institute's program stalls new viruses before they spread.
An Online Home for Vets
VetCV aims to be a must-have for veterans.
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