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Northeast Florida Business Briefs - March 2005

Baker County, Branford, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Mayport, Palatka, St. Augustine. Read more »
Published on 3/1/2005

( it's a small world )

In the high-tech world of tiny science -- a field estimated to create a $1-trillion market by 2015 -- Florida's universities and businesses are playing catch-up. Read more »
Published on 2/1/2005

Bonding With Nature

Eighty miles away from the hustle and bustle of Miami, Everglades City stands at the gateway to the Everglades. It's also home to historic Ivey House Bed & Breakfast, a former lodging house for the workers who built the Tamiami Trail, and North American C Read more »
Published on 2/1/2005

Northeast Florida Business Briefs - Jan. 2005

Alachua County, Clay County, Columbia County, Fernandina Beach, Gainesville, Green Cove Springs, Jacksonville, Ponte Vedra Beach. Read more »
Published on 1/1/2005

Going Upscale

Snapshot of Naples USA Stor-A-Way facility. Read more »
Published on 12/1/2004

A Cut Above

Samuel Getz tends to draw a following when he shops trade shows for the latest in jewelry design. Read more »
Published on 12/1/2004

Putting On The Ritz

Coming to a corner near you, a self-storage center that won't look like a self-storage center. Read more »
Published on 12/1/2004

Shell Shock

Palm Beach County's environmental politics have made the proposed site of the Scripps Research Institute's Florida home a battleground in Florida's war over growth. Read more »
Published on 12/1/2004

Counterattack

The tourism industry is circling the wagons to protect its image in the wake of the hurricanes. Read more »
Published on 11/1/2004

A Treasure Trove

The spirit of survival lives along Florida's Treasure Coast. Read more »
Published on 11/1/2004

Republican — and proud of it

With the GOP lambasting trial lawyers, academy President Alexander Clem finds himself in a frustrating position. Read more »
Published on 11/1/2004

Most Influential in Law & Banking

Florida Trend looked broadly across a range of disciplines and activities -- from business and philanthropy to politics, sports and science -- to try to identify the state's most influential people. The exercise, we found, is very subjective. Read more »
Published on 11/1/2004

Made in Florida

Florida's manufacturers toil in the shadow of the rest of the state's economy but still employ more workers than 37 other states, including factory-rich Missouri, Connecticut and Massachusetts. Read more »
Published on 9/1/2004

Doctors vs. Doctors

The Florida Medical Association is trying to crack down on doctors who testify in behalf of injured patients against fellow physicians.

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Published on 9/1/2004

Traffic

Traffic lawbreakers who want to reduce their fines can choose from among 400 "traffic schools" with just about every imaginable approach to teaching. Read more »
Published on 9/1/2004

Auto Biographies

For many Florida CEOs, Lamborghinis, Ferraris and Bentleys are the stuff dreams are made of. Read more »
Published on 9/1/2004

Hiding in Plain Sight

A construction supply company in Orlando may be the state's quietest billion-dollar company. Read more »
Published on 9/1/2004

Post 9/11 Flying

Frequent travelers may find an easier route through airports. Read more »
Published on 9/1/2004

Information Overload

New software programs help businesses manage their data. Read more »
Published on 9/1/2004

Teaching as an Art Form

Meza indeed is Florida's Professor of the Year, honored by the Carnegie Foundation for his dedication and creativity in teaching. Read more »
Published on 9/1/2004

Timeshare Fortune

A new study puts a price tag on the industry's impact. Read more »
Published on 9/1/2004

The Music Man

Anthony Schembri is changing Juvenile Justice's tune. Read more »
Published on 9/1/2004

Florida's Top Pool Builders

Most of the top-grossing pool builders in the U.S. are based in the West and Southwest, according to the industry magazine Pool & Spa News. Florida's builders tend to be... Read more »
Published on 7/1/2004

What Drives Insurance Costs?

With a career spanning 45 years in the insurance industry in roles ranging from actuary to presidential adviser to state insurance commissioner, J. Robert Hunter has seen it all. Except... Read more »
Published on 7/1/2004

Take 3

Florida has recently surpassed North Carolina to become the third-biggest filmmaking state, but can it hope for better? Read more »
Published on 7/1/2004

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Rare, two-headed snake found in Palm Harbor home
Rare, two-headed snake found in Palm Harbor home

A family in Palm Harbor recently found a rare creature in their home – a two-headed snake. FWC researchers said the phenomenon is named bicephaly – an uncommon occurrence that happens during snake embryo development. When two monozygotic twins fail to separate, it leaves the heads conjoined onto a single body.

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