May 2019 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
Superfast 5G connectivity is coming to Florida. But don't hold your breath.
Control, Revenue Aesthetics
In 2017, the Legislature ordered cities and counties to open their utility poles to wireless carriers...
Companies building the infrastructure for 5G technology are ramping up hiring.
An airline company makes a big play to get into the resort business.
$2,000 for a pair of old sneakers? Welcome to the billion-dollar resale market in athletic footwear.
Investing in Florida
In the blink of an eye, my wife, Jessica, and I are soon to be empty-nesters. Just as we’ve invested in our children, Florida needs to continue to invest in not only its airports and seaports, but its educational infrastructure as well.
“The good news is the public supports conservation. The bad news is we're loving Florida to death.”
Off the Street
Kudos to Broward County's business and government leaders for taking on homelessness.
Around the State
Voice of Experience
Seraphic Fire's mission: High-quality performances with cultural significance.
Crafting a Business
Navroze Mehta sells Indian goods in about 5,000 stores in the U.S.
The Depths of the Lungs
Flexible robotic endoscope deployed to aid the search for cancerous areas in lungs.
Around Florida, distinctive neighborhoods are prospering - but economic success brings challenges to the neighborhoods' character.
Florida is center stage in a push by the trucking industry for rule changes that would allow longer twin trailers.
Tampa's growing ports lands two more major shipping deals.
The next CEO of Orlando's bus system will face the same problem as predecessors.
Jacksonville plans a thrid concourse to handle airport growth.
FSU is ditching gas-powered buses.
Miami International's certification gives it a leg up on temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical cargo.
The Port of Fort Pierce, a laggard among ports, targets the megayacht industry as it transforms itself.
Full Sail's Fortress can accommodate up to 500 spectators.
The PARC group has begone developing "eTown."
A Pensacola company taps the growing video brochure market
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