Florida Business News
A new report bears out what many observers, professional and otherwise, have been saying for years: The reason Florida taxpayers pay so much for property insurance is attorney fees.
The founder and chair of Cervera Real Estate — known as “the Queen of Brickell” — tells us: "I think that the prime for human beings is from 19 years old probably to 70-something. I think Miami is like a 35-year-old."
Florida lawmakers have previously supported heat safety legislation. But when asked to extend protections to the state’s outdoor workers, they let the bill die in committee.
Florida urged an appeals court this week to uphold a Florida federal judge’s ruling that blocked a mask requirement on airplanes and in other transportation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic prodded members of Orlando-based Tupperware’s independent sales force into hosting online parties, but the shift took place around the same time the company changed things up in a turnaround from years of declining sales.
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