Florida Business News
The fate of the new compact is uncertain because of opposition from some business groups and legislative conservatives who object to expanding gambling on moral grounds and because of concerns over increased crime.
After a temporary interruption to the Colonial Pipeline caused a significant spike, gas prices in the Sunshine State stabilized last week, adding just a penny to the average price at the pump
The scene at Pahokee marina on Lake Okeechobee last week was a warning sign: A thick mat of algae in various shades of green, brown, gray and fluorescent blue covered the area around boat slips.
Last September meteorologists witnessed a rare event: Five named tropical systems spinning in the Atlantic basin — at the same time.
Payall’s go-to-market strategy is to target about 1,000 foreign banks that have lost their ability to make payments into the U.S., along with about 10,000 smaller banks that can’t currently make cross-border payments.
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