March 2021 Contents

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Legislative Preview

Cash Crunch

Cash Crunch

COVID-related concerns will dominate the 2021 legislative session. Lawmakers' main challenge will be to balance the budget.

Sources to Tap

At the end of January, Gov. DeSantis proposed a $96B budget - $4.3B over the current year.


Environment, Alcohol to Go, Pre-Emption, Health Care, Tax Breaks, Big Tech, Vaccines and more.

Economic Backbone

New Faces

Florida's newest MBA professors bring an eclectic mix of talent and knowledge.


Up Front
Talking Politics

Political differences are nothing new. They will always exist. But we can find common ground.

Yann Weymouth

"Agriculture is not a singular sport. It's a team sport. And sometimes ... it's a contact sport"

Editor's Page
Learning and Earning

Florida's leaders have embraced apprenticeships as a key workforce development strategy.

Profile: Moishe Mana

Deja Vu

Deja Vu

Real estate investor Moishe Mana says he has a vision for massive holdings. Miami just wants to see something happen.

Florida's Parks
A Park Spark

The pandemic has created a new appreciation for Florida's green space.

Around the State

Tackling Social Issues

A Miami-Dade County trust put out a call for innovative ideas addressing social justice.

A Familiar Name Returns

Mike Maroone has been buying dealerships again.

Cycling Through

Keith Overton and Paul Teutul are teaming up to open a motorcyle-theme restaurant.

Shedding Light

Ocean Insight's optical sensing tech is used across an array of industries and research.

Tapped for PanCAN Trial

UCF is the onlly location in the southeast chosen to participate in PanCAN.

High Energy

SunDial helps businesses and industries optimize their power consumption.

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Florida Business News

Florida News Releases

Florida Trend Video Pick

Gator with missing jaw finds home in Florida park
Gator with missing jaw finds home in Florida park

A Florida reptile park has taken in an alligator that lost its nose and upper jaw to a fight or boat propeller. Gatorland Orlando said over the weekend that the injured alligator came from a lake in nearby Sanford, about 20 miles (32 kilometers) northeast of Orlando. “She had basically no chance of surviving in the wild with such a severe injury,” the park said in a social media post.

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